Monthly Archives: October 2012

A Story for Halloween

This story originally appeared in the Estronomicon e-zine a few years back, as part of a Halloween trilogy of flash fiction under the general heading ‘When Children Come Calling’. I’ve updated it to retain the topicality. Enjoy. And if you … Continue reading

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A Pre-emptive Strike

  Tomorrow, I shall mostly be watching horror movies. As ever, I shall have a tin full of treats ready for any seasonal callers. None have turned up for umpteen years now, so I shall probably end up eating them … Continue reading

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Song for a Sunday – You Oughta Know

Here’s Alanis, and she sounds pretty angry:-   I particularly like the bit that goes:- Does she know how you told me you’d hold me Until you died, til you died But you’re still alive

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Thoughts for the Weekend #23

ITEM: I know what you’re thinking. Two lots of thoughts in four days. That Tennant guy will start to overheat. But I can’t help it. My brain is abuzz with assorted idiocies and they just keep leaking out through my … Continue reading

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Filler content with God and zombies

NewCon Press have just released Andrew Hook’s novella And God Created Zombies in electronic format, and that seems like reasonable justification to reproduce my review here. So that’s what I’ll do. My review then, just as it appeared in Black … Continue reading

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I Am Iron Man

Well, actually I’m not. But this guy is:-   Oh, bring it on!

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Thoughts on a Wednesday #5

ITEM: Greetings from the Great Slough of Despond that is my life. I am still embroiled in writing reviews for the next issue of Black Static, but can find time in my busy schedule to share some ‘thoughts’. ITEM: A … Continue reading

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