Monthly Archives: June 2012

Filler Content in pinstripe

Here’s a review from Black Static #21 of Cate Gardner’s collection Strange Men in Pinstripe Suits. Cate is good people, by which I mean she comments here occasionally. I’m not sure, but it might be Cate’s birthday some time this week, … Continue reading

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Filler Content with added undertow

Michael Kelly made the mistake of commenting on one of my Ray Bradbury posts, and so his ‘reward’ is to have me reprise this review from Black Static #17:- Which brings us to ‘New Voices of Horror 4’, UNDERTOW AND … Continue reading

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Filler Content sans yeux

I am busy, busy and busy, with little time to blog, which means filler content to keep my hand in, but instead of the usual crappy Pete flash fiction from the back catalogue I thought I’d post some crappy Pete … Continue reading

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Song for a Sunday #17

Overall I reckon Alanis’ first album was the best, but her best songs are on the second album. This is one of them.  

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Filler Content #6

Shortly I will have to disconnect from the internet and go do stuff in the real world. Among other things I badly need a haircut. And that means you get some crappy Pete flash fiction. With Big Brother back on … Continue reading

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Bought, But Not Read

I was lying in bed last night thinking about what I call my ‘rainy day stockpile’, the rainy day being when the supply of review copies runs dry, and the stockpile being all the books I’ve bought or acquired in … Continue reading

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Late Thoughts on a Slow Wednesday #5

ITEM: So, I was walking home from the cemetery early Sunday morning (don’t ask), and this woman appeared out of a side road and cut in front of me. Being aware of the need for personal space and that a … Continue reading

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