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Book Review – The Nameless City, by H.P. Lovecraft

Rating: ★★★✩✩ Genre: Horror Wikipedia Website               About: The Nameless City is a horror story by Lovecraft, published in The Wolverine in November 1921. Review: This was actually to be my first ever reading of Lovecrafts work, so I really didn't know what to expect; aside from my anticipation… Continue reading Book Review – The Nameless City, by H.P. Lovecraft

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Dawn of Eternity: Arising – Cover Reveal and Published

So it has finally happened... Dawn of Eternity is now finished and published. I can't recall how many years this has been in the works, but after undergoing some sort of book-alchemy, it is now complete. There is only so much I can put into a post like this without waffling on, but, it is… Continue reading Dawn of Eternity: Arising – Cover Reveal and Published

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The Importance Of Flow

'Being in the zone' is something I believe we are all familiar with, be it in regards to writing or even cooking; there is a point when you harmonize with your task at hand, and effort seemingly melts away. So, whilst this certainly applies to our state of being, I think it is also something… Continue reading The Importance Of Flow

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A Write Good Opportunity

So today I found out that I was successful in becoming part of team who are starting a project similar to Blinkist. If the name is new to you as well, the concept is a simple one: render down the contents of book into smaller, more manageable content for people who wish to absorb the… Continue reading A Write Good Opportunity

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The Gospel of Filth

I've been a complete fan of Cradle of Filth for a very long time, and I discussed why here. So it is only natural I leapt at the opportunity to purchase something limited edition, many years back, and given the current month, feel that it would be appropriate to post some dark, gloomy pictures for… Continue reading The Gospel of Filth