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Dick Tracy's G-Men, Happy Anniversary! Officially Released on September 2, 1939, but Actually Seen on August 18.

In May of 1939, it was announced that Ralph Byrd would once again play the folier of evil, Dick Tracy, in the soon to be filmed Dick Tracy’s G-Men. 385 more words

Film Premiers

Promote an Author Tuesday - Annie Knox

I’ve decided to start a new feature for the blog, where I introduce you to an author that I think you will like or has been recommended to me. 256 more words


Premade Cover: NFZ1161

Now available in the premade “stock” cover gallery. Textual content is for example purposes and does not represent a published work to our knowledge. See “Covers >> About…” for options, requirements, and limitations. 80 more words


Fortwitten Love — Tweeted Mystery "The Golden Parachute" Continues!

Here are Week 84 @Twitstery tweets of The Golden Parachute, the amazing new sequel to Executive Severance!

I remember how hard it was to pull my pants up with numb fingers. 548 more words


God Behind Every Corner

“Sometimes I think that all that I do as a pastor is speak the word “God” in a situation in which it hasn’t been said before, where people haven’t recognized his presence” – p.6  581 more words


How getting a Brazilian saved Balloons of the Apocalypse! (It's OUT!!!)

Today, August 30th, 2014 is a momentous day.

The second Capaldi Doctor Who episode aired.

It had daleks.

I liked it. And Capaldi as the Doctor. 900 more words


The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith

Hi. It’s been a while. But there is a reason, I swear.

You see, I have been reading, but nothing I wanted to blog about. This is a space where I comment on books I like, and, well, nothing has grabbed me recently. 1,086 more words