Monthly Archives: August 2013

Under the Dumb

I watched the latest episode of Under the Dome off my DVR last night. I erased it. I then cancelled the series. Good Gawd A’mighty, was that dumb. It’s been dumb all along, actually. I’ve only watched (endured) the last … Continue reading

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Drive-by interview: 3 Questions for Casey Caracciolo, author of The Shadow of the Gauntlet

1. Why did you chose to self-publish? I didn’t approach it lightly. I did a lot of research about the publishing industry first, thinking I would do the whole agent/publisher route, but, the more I read, the more I became … Continue reading

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Drive-by interview: 3 questions for R. A Conine, author of Hellpointe

1. How’d you get started writing? I’ve always been a writer. When I was a kid, I’d write stories, draw pictures for them, staple the pages together, put them in my wagon and walk around the neighborhood giving them away. … Continue reading

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Monster-Mania 2013, Day 2…and 3

Saturday, August 17, was insane. Utterly insane. At least 783,497 people showed up. Well, it seemed like that. I had to park about a mile away down Cooper River Park, which is a happening place in its own right. Some guys … Continue reading

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Monster-Mania 2013- Day 1

Heard about this Monster-Mania 2013 convention happening up in Cherry Hill, NJ from 16-18 August and, having never been to a monster convention, and my brother living nearby so I had a place to crash, figured, what the hey? After … Continue reading

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Just When You Thought it was Safe to Garden

Another one shows up: They’re coming.

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Waddya think?

Cover for Partholon:  

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Seen this movie

I have a teeny little garden in which I grow various things like yellow squash, canteloupes, watermelon, pumpkin, tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, cauliflower, snap beans, strawberries and loofah gourds. Yeah, loofah gourds, wanna make something of it? (Actually you can: loofah … Continue reading

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