Monthly Archive: March 2017

Mar 29

Dark Visitor

She’s not leaving any time soon. (Image from Xuh on deviantArt)

Mar 26

The Secret Life of Rats

The rats know not what they do.   Seriously, I think this picture is hilarious even though I’m respectful, for the most part, of religious imagery. If the Mickey had a more Christ-like expression on his face, that would be crossing the line for me. But as it is, it’s just goofy.

Mar 22

Werecrow

She never thought she’d turn into a Werecrow zombie.

Mar 21

Gilgamesh [Reading Challenge 2017]

Gilgamesh, a New English Version Freepress, 2004 Adapted by Stephen Mitchell Challenge #11: A Book Written Before 1700 (Note: I am reading and blogging these Challenge books out of order) Gilgamesh is one of the oldest pieces of fiction in human history. I chose it to read for the “Ye Olde Book Shoppe” — a …

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Mar 18

The Eyes Have It

I’m not much of a costumer, mainly due to time constraints. But golly I do I appreciate them… and appreciating vintage SF and horror movies, I like eyes… preferably floating or ambulatory. These eye candy pics (hee hee, did I make a pun?)  bring out both of my passions.   German costumes. “We come in …

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Mar 16

Faeries of Dreamdark: Blackbringer [Reading Challenge 2017]

Faeries of Dreamdark: Blackbringer G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 2007 Laini Taylor Challenge #6: Out of the Park at First Bat (Note: I am reading and blogging these Challenge books out of order) I’ve gotta say I have a lot of problems with post-Harry Potter YA books — the ones published after that first big boom. …

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Mar 13

Medusa Revealed

I have a long-running fascination with Medusa the Gorgon. I’ve often wondered about this and was glad someone had the balls to draw it.

Mar 10

Immigration and Easter Animals

bunnies for immigration

As a writer of the profane and fantastic (erotica, horror, fantasy, science fiction) I often take inspiration from the world around me and from the amazing city I live in. But there is no way I can turn the following news into a story, because it’s just so indicative of the current regime’s vile policies. …

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Mar 07

Junction True [Review]

Junction True Top Shelf Productions, 2015 Ray Fawkes, writer; Vince Locke, illustrator   Junction Total is a technosex horror thriller set in a near future world, or perhaps a sideways-in-time version of this one, where hipsters and goths maintain constant connection to their blogs and blog audiences. The latest pursuit among the cream of them …

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Mar 06

Photo Inspiration

Sometimes the stories write themselves…

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