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The End of the World Was Today

It is my unfortunate duty to inform you that despite the rumors, the world did not end. While people love to claim the end of the world is near, once again someone claimed the sky was falling when it was not.

So I hope you didn’t spend your September 23 buying into the horror fiction of a lunatic. Instead, I hope you did something worthy of your time. Perhaps you finished a project, spent time with your family and didn’t keep one eye on the sky wondering what would happen next.

Christmas Ornaments with a Touch of Flair

Nearly everyone in the western world either owns an artificial Christmas tree or ventures out to purchase a real fir tree every Christmas period. Parents and children alike all love to decorate the tree with ornaments. Originally the traditional Christmas tree ornaments consisted of dried cranberries, popcorn, and candy, but today the typical Christmas tree has somewhat evolved and the ornaments that adorn our trees are somewhat different. Of course my personal favorites are the ornaments that portray stories, like the Nightmare before Christmas or the Wizard of Oz.

These days it is possible to purchase an enormous variety of… Continue reading

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

I hope everyone has a very special and memorable holiday! I am sure it will be a day filled with unwrapping presents, going to church and even enjoying a meal with loved ones.

But what will you do after the festivities are done and you’ve finally finished, “A Death at the North Pole?”

If you’re thinking about some holiday horror film, then I’ve got you covered. As a major fan of Christmas, I have watched some awesome films that I would like to share with you. This list is everything from science fiction to general horror fiction and… Continue reading

Dante’s Inferno

Inferno, which is the Italian word for “Hell”, is the initial section of the 14th Century epic poem, Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri, following it are Purgatorial, and Paradise. Allegorically speaking, the Divine Comedy would seem to represent the soul’s journey towards God. Taken by itself, Inferno, while describing Dante’s journey through hell with the poet Virgil as his guide, describes man’s recognition, and his rejection, of all sins. While most experts agree on the meanings behind the symbolism in this poem, it is also subject to personal interpretation. This poem, by today’s standards of horror, is very mild,… Continue reading

Happy Thanksgiving

I’ve been cracking down on a few things lately, there’s almost too much on my plate right now.

But, I haven’t forgotten about all of you guys. I am working on getting back to a regular schedule, but it most likely won’t happen until after the first of the year. I will try to have at least a post a week from this moment on so you can be kept up to date with what’s going on.

Now, for Thanksgiving I have a special treat for those who haven’t read it before. The Kindle Edition of, A Thanksgiving Tale,… Continue reading

Spooky Halloween Drinks

Halloween is a time to add some creepy effects to the things you drink. This can be as simple as adding some creepy effects to your favorite drink or to go all out for a drink you only during the Halloween season. Take a few moments to look over the following drink options.

The Bloody Tini

This creepy blood red drink will be a hit at any party you host. Just mix the following ingredients into a martini glass and serve chilled garnished with a wedge of lime.

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