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The History of the Necronomicon: TCL#56

The history of the Necronomicon is not a story as such, but a brief foe-academicĀ treatise on the history of the most famous book old tentacle hugger ever dreamed up. He never wrote it, for reasons that are perhaps obvious (what … Continue reading

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Awesome Stuff Update: Summer 19

An irregular collection of awesome stuff from my inboxes I get a lot of mail, facebook messages and twitterings full of awesome stuff, much to the disgruntlement of my postperson when I have stuff delivered I am sure. And what … Continue reading

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Quotable Steam…

The reason steampunk attracts people is that it is premised on a technology which is visible and pleasing to the naked eye, and whose moving parts are comprehensible on a human scale ~ Nick Harkerway As I have not done … Continue reading

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Tassels, Squids, Duckman, and Maybe, Something Red…

Theoretically, at least, one of the main reasons this blog exists is so I can keep in contact with my readers and give them updates on what is coming down the pipe, so to speak. That is it was one … Continue reading

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I Love books…

I learned to wonder at a tender age, wandering through a wardrobe, to a lamppost in the snow. IĀ  learned of courage on the walls of the deep while an elf and dwarf bickered in the face of a white … Continue reading

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Not Ignoring Canada

Canada, it has become one of my current obsessions. This may seem an odd thing to suddenly develop an obsession about but there is a reason, which is to do with another obsession, one I wish I could avoid but … Continue reading

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Passing Place sale

To Celebrate the release of A Spider In The Eye, the Kindle edition of Passing Place is at the sale price of only 99p/99c this week Welcome to Esqwith’s the bar where reality is flexible and no one is ever … Continue reading

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