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The Sunday Post: Oh the horror

I find January to be quiet month to relax and enjoy life. However, it wasn’t even a week until the store I work at has the Valentines stuff out already and it gets worst. The Ester candy is out too. Oh the horror it just never ends. I don’t like how our society rushes from one major holiday to the next. All the holiday decorations should be place in one aisle all year round.

In all the excitement of posting my short stories. I forgot to give a summary. Not that it matters now or anyone cares. I’m doing it anyways. Here my summary of Dead Girls Don’t Talk:

Games are so much fun to play. What if there were a game where you can talk yourself from another dimension? What if something sinister comes through? What if this game has some dark consequences? Read about Dustin and Sarah’s accounts of events that led up to their friend’s disappearance. Perhaps there are games not meant to be play.

Dead Girls Don’t Talk: Part one Sarah’s Story

Dead Girls Don’t Talk Part two Dustin’s Story

Book Reviewed

Fafhrd and the Grey Mouser: Swords Against Death by Fritz Leiber

Graphic Novel Reviewed

The Chuckling Whatsit by Richard Sala

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What I am reading now

The Phantom Limb by William Sleator, & Ann Monticone

What I am going to read next:

My next read is either going to be the second book in The Edge Chronicles by Paul Stewart or Residue by Steve Diamound

Link up:

That all I have for this week. See yay space cowboy

17 thoughts on “The Sunday Post: Oh the horror

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  1. William Sleator? And Fritz Leiber? Both of these are blasts from the past for me. I read a lot of Fritz Leiber when I was young, maybe forty years ago, and my sons both loved William Sleator. I am sure both these authors will be very inspiring for your writing.

    The Edge Chronicles as your next read is what I’d vote for.

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  2. I think it’s crazy that stuff is out already. I started your stories- they were spooky!! – but with such a crazy week I didn’t get to finish them and make an intelligent reply. I see you reviewed some Fritz Leiber too- I’m going to make sure I check that out!

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  3. Ahh all the holiday stuff and the decorating. I just don’t do it. We do a bit at Christmas and maybe Halloween but none of the other holidays.

    Anne – Books of My Heart This is my Sunday Post


  4. It does feel we jump from one holiday to the next, often not even finishing off the last one before the ads and displays start for the next. That probably explains why I’m never ready to decorate for any holiday but Christmas–they all come too fast and end too soon. It’s not worth it. I hope you have a great week!


  5. The stores will do anything to commercialize the holidays, and the more holidays they can persuade us to decorate for and give candy and gifts for, the more money they make. So they keep doing it. (I admit, I do love decorating for Christmas, and I also enjoy decorating for Easter and fall/Halloween. But I don’t keep buying more stuff to decorate with; I use what I already have.)

    Enjoy your books, and have a great week!


  6. That’s quite an interesting cover on your current read. Can’t quite decide if I’m intrigued or frightened by it. 🙂


  7. I’m conflicted about the Valentines and Easter stuff being in the stores so soon after Christmas ONLY because the Easter chocolate is my favorite chocolate so I’m happy to start shoveling that into my mouth in January, but I do hate seeing all the store displays so early.


  8. The Valentine’s candy is out at my grocery store. I think they take it out as soon as the Christmas stuff goes away. I barely even have time to grab the leftover stuff in the after-Christmas sales! I hope you’re having a good week!


  9. I wish it was a bit quieter here. Between reading for the Cybills, substitute teaching, and organizing a master list of volunteers for our guild’s upcoming quilt show, I’m already overwhelmed!


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