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Mid-summer Harvey

Midsummer’s day is almost upon us. The annual festivities of the longest day will be some what tempered I suspect, certainly I do not normally celebrate it by sitting in my back garden. generally it is a day spent in … Continue reading

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Speculating on Emi…

There is nothing wrong with reading something that is predictable, trite, the average fare, boy meets girl, boy hates girl, girl hates boy, boy argues with girl over a foolish misunderstanding, boy goes and does something foolish, girl realises she … Continue reading

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Indie April#5: Of a man and his rat

Originally posted on The Passing Place:
It’s Indie April, a celebration of all things Indie, be it novels, movies, music or art. The idea being to encourage interaction between indie creatives, and that most elusive of beasties the wider audience,…

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Harvey Duckman Live

Due to Scarborough scifi having to be cancelled, the planned launch of book 4 has had a bit of a hicup. However as part of Scarborough scifi on line,   Sixth Element and the Harvey crew are going on line with … Continue reading

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Harvey IV, long may he reign

As you may have been aware the forth Harvey Duckman Presents Anthology was due for its big release party at Scarborough Scifi convention on the first week of April, with the Ebook to be released the same weekend. However, due … Continue reading

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And then two come at once…

It’s like buses… You wait around for ages for a book release then two come at once… catch you unawares and you have to do a little self promotion… In case you were unaware, the first of my A Ballad … Continue reading

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Quotes for 2020 #49

Because sometimes you need a quote or two to get you through the day, or just make you smile, or think… Today is dear old Edgar, great grandfather of all that is gothic, Allen, really quite a cheerful is misunderstood … Continue reading

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Ibid : TCL #58

Parody is an art form. The product of wit and witticism, portrayed with poe-faced sincerity. The true parody, while it often extends its subject matter from a simple premise out towards the increasingly ridiculous, does so with slow methodical steps … Continue reading

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The Dunwich Horror: TCL #57

Its been a while… Eons have past… Dark eons full of strange dreams… Well about six months at any rate, for all of which ‘The Dunwich Horror’ has been sat in my to blog list after I read it back … Continue reading

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Quotes for 2020 #21

An on going series of a quote a day from those most worthy of individuals, writers…  Disclaimer not all quotes are meant to inspire… Today’s quotes comes form the goth father himself… No not Andrew Eldritch, so don’t start singing … Continue reading

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