Tag Archives: Ray Bradbury

And the story continues… (Coffin Hop 2012)

In my world, Halloween begins today. If I had more talent, I would write a song. It would be called “The Eight Days of Halloween,” and it would go something like this: On the first day of Halloween My blog … Continue reading

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Ray Bradbury — How do I begin?

I don’t have a real post today. Nor do I have time to write one. But I saw in the news that Ray Bradbury has died and had to say something. How do I begin? I could get lost talking … Continue reading

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Books I Want to be Buried With

A while back, I ranted about the digitization of literature. Soon we won’t even keep our electronic files in our homes, anymore. Everything will be stored in “the cloud,” an undefined somewhere else. Don’t get me wrong—I’m not against e-books. … Continue reading

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I can’t believe this happened to me (or “Nightmare Makeover”)

I didn’t get a blog written this weekend.  I didn’t get my copyediting done either. It wasn’t my fault, though. See, I went out to check the mail yesterday afternoon, and I heard this noise behind me. The slow clomp-drag-clomp-drag … Continue reading

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Halloween’s not all about being wicked…

This beautiful Halloween story came in from Catherine Hedge, who doesn’t yet have a blog.  I decided to use it as a guest post.   Reading her story and the comment from Merry Simmons, I start to feel that there’s … Continue reading

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Welcome to the October country – Giveaway (Or “I wanna be Ray Bradbury”)

It makes perfect sense that Halloween should come at the end of October, the month when our gardens die and the birds flee.  When we shiver in our last breath of sunlit air before scurrying into our caves to watch … Continue reading

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