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Jan 17

Music Monday – Top 5 Songs – The Police

There were five Police studio albums released between 1978 and 1983.  I know this because I owned them all.  For Music Monday, let’s take a trip down memory lane and name my favorite track from each of these studio albums. Outlando D’Amour was the first album released by The Police.  They “broke out” with the …

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Jan 10

Wordless Wednesday – Jan 18 2016

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Jan 10

Wordless Wednesday – Jan 11 2016

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Jan 10

Terrific Tuesday – Best Book to Movie Adaptations

Greetings and salutations! Today I’m going to talk about some of my favorite book to movie adaptations – just like it says on the tin.  I love books and I love movies, and when the two come together, it touches a chord in me that cannot be duplicated.  I won’t tarry on a long-winded introduction: …

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Jan 09

Music Monday – Goth Classical Music

Hey! It’s Music Monday!   There’s nothing I like better on a cold winter’s evening (and sometimes in the summer too) is a cup of Irish coffee and some dark classical music.  Whether it be a mournful aria or a draggy dirge in a lovely minor key, the dulcet tones of a sorrowful violin or …

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Oct 27

Blogtoberfest – Loving Among the Dead Playlist

It’s been a while since my first zombie novel, Loving Among the Dead was released through Loose Id. However, no matter how long ago I’ve written a book, the characters stay with me for quite a while. It takes a lot to get into a characters personality- how he or she walks, talks, behaves and …

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Oct 27

Blogtoberfest – Stephen King’s Pet Sematary

Horror is different for everyone.  I don’t think the “experts” can agree on what horror is and thus there are tons of movies and books that represent the horror genre, as it should be. I also believe that horror is different depending on where you are in your life.  What’s represents horror for a twenty-year-old …

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Oct 16

Blogtoberfest – Urban Legends – The Clown Statue

We all know ’em, don’t we?  The friend of a friend of my cousin who….they all start out that way and always end badly for that sort-of person we kinda know. They even made a movie (or three) about it, then there was that television series that acted them out (badly) for you. Let’s talk …

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Oct 08

Blogtoberfest – Clinton Road, New Jersey

There is a great magazine out there called Weird NJ, wherein the authors note and describe weird/haunted places in New Jersey.  It’s a fun read, but especially around this time of year.  One of the most enduring legends is Clinton Road, located in West MIlford, New Jersey. Snippets from the New York Daily News: “It’s …

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Oct 07

Five Scary Books – Lori Titus

As a fun part of Blogtoberfest, I asked my artist friends to send me their top five scary movies or top five scary books.  The results were varied and interesting. According to Lori Titus: My top five scary books are:    5) Dark Rivers of the Heart by Dean Koontz 4) The Queen of the Damned by …

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