Monthly Archives: December 2014

Old Year’s Night

So, it’s goodbye to 2014. You were a niggardly bastard. If you were a person you would probably have been a right wing politician, with your dirty, diseased worthless arse parked on a front bench next to Call Me Dave, IDS, … Continue reading

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Filler content with DarkFuse

Some reviews that originally appeared in Black Static #37:- DARKFUSE NOVELS Back in Black Static #2, when your friendly neighbourhood reviewer cast an appreciative eye over Michael Boatman’s debut collection God Laughs When You Die, I commented that his ‘work … Continue reading

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‘Tis the season to be merry

Except I aren’t feeling in the least bit merry, as I’ve now had the lurgy for five days. I’m pulling up the drawbridge at Chez Tennant and keeping myself to myself,  as I don’t want to risk infecting anyone else … Continue reading

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Filler content because…

…I have the dreaded pre-Christmas lurgy and am too knackered to do anything more than copy and paste. This pair of fine beauties originally appeared in Interzone #252:- FAMADIHANA ON FOMALHAUT IV Eric Brown PS Publishing jhc unsigned/signed, 80pp, £12/£25 … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – The Number Of The Beast

I enjoy Christmas, I really do. It’s just that this year Christmas feels like a sharp object that someone has rammed so far up my backside you can see fairy lights twinkling every time I open my mouth. And, having … Continue reading

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Filler content with yet more novellas

Reviews of four more novellas that originally appeared in Black Static #38:- MISCELLANEOUS NOVELLAS (continued from Tuesday’s post) William Meikle’s latest novella from DarkFuse, BROKEN SIGIL (DarkFuse eBook, 55pp, $1.99) is the story of Joe Connors, a policeman working Internal … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death

Apparently the first was so successful it justified a sequel. Franchisation is only a breath away.

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