Switching through channels looking for something to watch around 1:00 pm on a weekday when I came across this listing for channel 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Murder – Charlie and Nicola investigate when John Ellroy is killed by a flying mirror.
All reading and no blogging makes for a backlog. A blank page makes for writers block. Apparently I need to hire a ghost writer.
I apologize for the perfunctory nature of today’s blog. Please apply in comments for job of ghost writer.
And G, I am in bed!
Just wanted to say, started reading Ms. Hollis’ books and what didn’t come out in Coast to Coast (and I’m trying to be polite – i.e. politically correct – here) is that she is a religiously oriented person who believes she is a Seth-like being. Don’t know about Seth? http://www.sethlearningcenter.org
So be warned. If you tolerate that sort of . . . belief as poorly as me, avoid her books.
But I’m not. I blame Coast to Coast and Heidi Hollis for this. I usually listen to Coast to Coast A.M. for 20 minutes or so every night before (hopefully) falling asleep. This time I was kept awake in complete fascination. As many know, I am a huge fan of the paranormal and tonight’s show covered the Hat Man. I’d never heard of him before but Ms. Hollis was an entertaining guest, a rare thing on this show.
So for any others with an interest in the paranormal, Ms. Hollis has a webpage, a radio show and a few books published.
It’s now 3:34 am and I’m off to start reading The Hat Man. Who needs sleep?
Had I realized that candles supplied electricity I could have saved hundreds typing up this blog. Read on and snicker.
By C. Michael Forsyth
BOSTON — The Panties of Peril, universally ranked the world’s most lethal paranormal object, have claimed the lives of eight women – and one man – who were foolish enough to put them on. All perished in bizarre freak accidents. But the dreaded drawers may have finally met their match. America’s toughest exorcist, the Reverend Jim Bookley, has vowed to rid the evil undies of the demonic entity that has possessed them.
“Either those panties are going down, or I’m going down,” declared the 54-year-old demon hunter.
The history of the Panties of Peril is well documented. But Rev. Bookley has an equally impressive track record. Among the many feathers in his cap, he cast out from a possessed German nun the infamous Legion, the only demon to go…
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Finished Adventures of a Surgical Resident, well on my way to finishing The Greatest Generation, and started reading Office Call by Gary Yarbrough, M.D.
How do I get so much reading done during my busy life of sleeping, eating and self-employed jewelry maker? INSOMNIA! I was already well acquainted with insomnia when my doctor put me on steroids and introduced me to Super Insomnia. Even with the help of Ambien I can sometimes go for days without sleep. You know what goes well with insomnia and reading? Kindle Unlimited. I love this app. For one free month and then $10.00 a month after, all the books I can read out of a large selection of books from every genre. In the space of two months I managed to squeeze in 77 books. Don’t want that one free month to go to waste do we? Granted, I read a lot of crap, but free crap is, well. . . crap.
While this book wasn’t crap, it also wasn’t bnhhhhhhhhh. My cat wrote that. I thought I’d leave it in. It wasn’t a gripping, page-turning literary work either. Enjoyable, like a good meal, but not a holiday dinner. For something more humorous try The Year They Tried to Kill Me by Salvatore Inuinta. For serious (and somewhat alarming) try A Woman in Residence by Michelle Harrison. Both are better than Adventures of a Surgical Resident. Sorry Dr. Dobrin.
Okay. I’m off until I finish another book. Besides, I have a beer in the freezer and a hankering for some roasted peanuts.
Been away due to chronic illness and resulting depression. However, have had a lot of time to read so let’s get started back up.
Currently reading The Greatest Generation by Tom Brokaw and Adventures of a Surgical Resident by Phillip Dobrin. As it is 5:41 am and I feel unwell, I will update on those later.
Will just leave on a question. Why is the final book in the Hunger Games trilogy being done in three films? Certainly not artistic value. More like rampant greed. Who’s behind this? Peter Jackson?
You want a good Peter Jackson film? Go buy a six-pack of beer and rent Bad Taste.
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