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The Year in Books :: April 2015

It’s that time again!  As part of Laura’s The Year in Books project over at Circle of Pine Trees I am going to share with you what I have been reading and what’s on my reading horizons for next month. 283 more words

Reading

Winter in the Shade

They tell me that Spring is here, but the 12 degree Fahrenheit temperature outside this morning and the snow flying in my face on my bike ride to class yesterday morning have me fooled. 84 more words

Outdoors

A Wrestlemania Carol

A ghostly tale by The Dilemma and Arriaga Pizzoza

Bischoff was dead: to begin with.  There is no doubt whatever about that.  The register of his burial was signed by Ted Turner, Time Warner, the Undertaker, and all WCW loyalists.  3,112 more words

The Dilemma

Charles Dickens' desk to go on permanent display at museum

LONDON – They were the best of lines, they were the worst of lines — and the desk where Charles Dickens wrote them has been saved for the British public. 100 more words

Scene

Short Story Sunday: The Signal-Man

A few weeks ago I shared “The Call of Cthulhu” because I’ve been working on a short story for an anthology called Tomorrow’s Cthulhu for Broken Eye Books. 150 more words

Short Story Sunday

Tale of Two Cities....Graphic Chapter

Here is my graphic on my favorite Book of this week. “Tale of Two Cities” by the man, Charles Dickens.

I was inspired by browsing old books from the library (its still a magical place!!!) and I found the book with a magnificent cover. 95 more words

Inspired

A Glimpse Into The Life Of Charles Dickens

The weatherman had called for some rain yesterday. Not a lot, but just enough to make a long walk iffy. We didn’t want to be caught in a downpour, especially the one of us who’s battling a cold. 642 more words

London