Well, I have closed and locked the door. My trick-or-treating is done for the year. It was an odd holiday for me. This is my first Halloween since Peppy passed away. I think about that little dog everyday. When the phone rings, I look for him so I wont step on him on the way... Continue Reading →
As we get closer and closer to my favorite holiday, Halloween, I am drawn more and more to goth and Steampunk. As luck would have it, Titan Books was kind enough to send me a copy of their latest steampunk book. This little gem is titled Steampunk Style 2. Steampunk Style 2 covers steampunk with... Continue Reading →
On a certain level, I think she knows me "TOO" well. Below is a picture of my first Halloween. I couldn't understand how everyone in the neighborhood knew who I was with this disguise. Maybe it was more "ME" than I knew...
If you are not familiar with the Hampton Roads Plain & Simple series, they are books on various spiritual topics. Currently, I am reading "Medicine Wheel Plain & Simple" and "Fairies Plain & Simple". Here are my issues with the books: They are like peanuts, you can't stop with just one. I hate the subtitle... Continue Reading →
A front has pushed through and I will be getting some cooler weather. At last, it will feel a little bit like Fall. Time for some Bobby Pickett and all things pumpkin spice. https://youtu.be/vNuVifA7DSU
The Ghost Studies: New Perspectives on the Origins of Paranormal Experiences by Brandon Massullo My rating: 5 of 5 stars Excellent! Less than two hundred pages, you will go through this book fairly quickly. "The Ghost Studies" has an excellent Index, and Notes section making it both easy to navigate and a great jumping off... Continue Reading →
Who wouldn't want a little Poe with their coffee? Source... http://www.andrewbarger.com/coffeewithpoe.html https://youtu.be/RmdX4Mi-Tk4
When I was a little boy, I had a few heroes. I loved Horatio Hornblower, Cyrano de Bergerac, Batman, and Atticus Finch. They were, in a certain sense, role models for me then like the Kardashians are for today's children. Imagine my disappointment in learning than a school is banning To Kill A Mockingbird because... Continue Reading →