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Friday, January 13th, 2017
12:00 am
Friday, December 16th, 2016
5:35 am
Books Read: 2016
01) Circling the Sun by Paula McLain (01-02)
02) I Know What You Did Last Summer by Lois Duncan (01-13)
03) The Devil's Churn by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (eBook) (01-24)
04) All For Nun by Anita Coxman (eBook) (01-24)
05) Waiting Out Winter by Kelli Owen (eBook) (01-25)
06) A is for Alibi by Sue Grafton (eBook) (01-31)

07) Keepers of the Beast by Jack MacLane (Bill Crider) (eBook) (02-19)
08) Deepdale Acres #1: Private Lessons by M. Lush (Michele Lee) (eBook) (02-19)
09) Cursed Casino by Sara Brooke (eBook) (02-23)
10)Pushed Too Far by Ann Voss Peterson (eBook) (02-29)

11) Bloody Bank Heist by Tim Miller (eBook) (03-06)
12) While the Black Stars Burn by Lucy A. Snyder (03-08)
13) The Pulp Fiction Megapack edited by John Gregory Betancourt (eBook) (03-17)
14) Nightmare Magazine #15 edited by John Joseph Adams (eBook) (03-18)
15) Jacked Up! By J.A. Konrath and Tracy Sharp (eBook) (03-19)
16) Gallows Hill by Lois Duncan (03-31)

17) Luck of the Dragon by Susannah Scott (eBook) (04-04)
18) Watched Too Long by J.A. Konrath & Ann Voss Peterson (eBook) (04-07)
19) Doctor Sleep by Stephen King (04-08)
20) DJSturbia by David J. Schow (04-15)

21) Conjure Wife by Fritz Leiber (05-06)
22) The Devil's Kiss by William W. Johnstone (eBook) (05-09)
23) Beware by Richard Laymon (05-14)
24) Cat Got Your Tongue by Rae Rivers (eBook) (05-18)
25) Thank You, Jeeves by P.G. Wodehouse (05-19)
26) Borrowed Flesh by Sephora Giron (05-28)

27) Thrill by Patricia Wallace (eBook) (06-03)
28) Deceiver by Kelli Owen (eBook) (06-06)
29) Seven Deadly Tales of Terror by Bryan Smith (eBook) (06-15)
30) Chalk by Pat Cadigan (eBook) (06-15)
31) Nuns Learning New Tricks #1-The New Policy by Elizabeth Thorn (eBook) (06-21)
32) Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective, vol. 5 by Robert Leslie Bellem (eBook) (06-29)

33) Ukridge by P.G Wodehouse (07-04)
34) Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective, vol. 6 by Robert Leslie Bellem (eBook) (07-05)
35) 20th Century Ghosts by Joe Hill (07-21)
36) Disappearance at Devil's Rock by Paul Tremblay (07-25)
37) Prodigal by Melanie Tem (07-31)

38) The Nightmare Stacks by Charles Stross (08-11)
39) The Consultant by Bentley Little (08-22)
40) Burned Too Hot by Ann Voss Peterson (08-25)
41) The Christmas Show by Pat Cadigan (eBook) (08-29)
42) I Am Providence by Nick Mamatas (08-31)
43) Wild Night is Calling by Ann Voss Peterson & J.A. Konrath (eBook) (08-31)

44) The Nightingale by Kara Dalkey (09-11)
45) Zombie House by Martin James (09-16)
46) Alfred Hitchcock's Monster Museum edited by Robert Arthur (09-23)
47) Bad Penny by Jocelyn Adler (eBook) (09-25)
48) Naked in Death by J.D. Robb (Nora Roberts) (eBook) (09-29)
49) The Case if the Bleeding Wall by Joe R. Lansdale & Kasey Lansdale (09-29)

50) Best New Horror vol. 1 Ed. By Stephen Jones & Ramsey Campbell (10-02)
51) A Ghost of a Chance by Bill Crider (10-06)
52) Feed by Mira Grant (Seanan McGuire) (10-8)
53) Midnight Blue-Light Special by Seanan McGuire (10-13)
54) The Purloined Poodle by Kevin Hearne (10-20)
55) Very Good, Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse (10-20)
56) Sparrow Hill Road by Seanan McGuire (10-23)
57) Last Wish & The Gulf by Poppy Z. Brite (eBook) (10-26)

58) Alfred Hitchcock's Witch's Brew edited by Henri Veit (11-02)
59) A Summer With the Dead by Sherry Decker (eBook) (11-03)
60) The Ghost and the Femme Fatale by Cleo Coyle (11-20)
61) Terror Tales (Black Mask Pulp Story Reader #5) ed. Keith Allen Duetsch (eBook) (11-21)
62) My Life As a White Trash Zombie by Diana Rowland (eBook) (11-23)
63) Alfred Hitchcock's Haunted Houseful edited by Muriel Fuller (11-26)
64) Glory in Death by J.D. Robb (Nora Roberts) (eBook) (11-26)

65) Certain Dark Things by Sylvia Moreno-Garcia (12-06)
66) Limericks of the Alarming and Phantasmal by Ramsey Campbell (12-10)
67) The Lurker at the Threshold by Edward Lee (eBook) (12-15)
68) Argentine Countdown (Phoenix Force #1) by Don Pendleton & Gar Wilson (12-21)
69) Jimmy the Kid by Donald E. Westlake (eBook) (12-22)
70) Binary by John Lange (Michael Crichton) (12-24)
71) Moon Called by Patricia Briggs (12-28)
Wednesday, August 24th, 2016
12:01 pm
My tweets
Thursday, May 5th, 2016
12:00 pm
My tweets
  • Thu, 03:56: Hey, Shane! Any 1970s literary references (like Brett Halliday for Kiss, kiss, Bang, Bang)? #AskAlamo
Saturday, April 30th, 2016
8:01 pm
My tweets
Saturday, January 2nd, 2016
11:33 am
A solid year for reading overall. A few excellent reads, some that did not live up to their promise, plenty of entertainment and more than a few thoughtful moments...

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Sunday, November 15th, 2015
7:05 am
My tweets
  • Sun, 06:39: CHEAP THRILLS is an intriguing, exciting thriller. ShockSuspense Stories (EC Comics) meets Quentin Tarantino.
  • Sun, 06:41: "$23,000. If I have to cut my pinky off, then fuck it." A great line from CHEAP THRILLS.
  • Sun, 07:53: CHEAP THRILLS was filmed in 12 days?!? Wow! One hell of an enjoyable end product for such a short shooting time!
  • Sun, 08:02: RT @uriel1998: "Seeking approval from mere humanity is the surest way of divorcing your innate spiritual status." - Philip Arnold
  • Sun, 08:03: RT @Vampires2com: https://t.co/CiEUmeKQ5K This is the official FACEBOOK page for CARLOS DUNN'S KATHERINE Please give the page a LIKE https…
  • Sun, 08:04: CHEAP THRILLS is a hell of a ride from ALAMO FILMS. Wow, what an enjoyable film.
  • Sun, 08:08: RT @biancabeauchamp: Anyone feeling feverish? How about a shock treatment with a double dose of rubber ... https://t.co/HvT9Fd9tK7 https://…
Wednesday, November 11th, 2015
7:05 am
My tweets
Friday, September 25th, 2015
7:04 am
My tweets
Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015
7:04 am
My tweets
Tuesday, September 1st, 2015
8:40 pm
Considering Stories Take 2
With a brand new month kicking off, I am planning to jump start my Considering Stories idea again. Sort of a book journal plus, a not-too-academic approach to what I've been reading and my thoughts about it. Sort of what i did for the horrorreader blog, long long ago... This time, I've convinced Trista to give it a try with me. :)

The books I've finished recently will be the first batch of stories to consider, and I am aiming to have a new update from one of us weekly.

On the docket: the eerie fantasy Keepers by Gary A. Braunbeck, the psychological A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay, and more! Hope you'll join us on this journey...
Monday, August 3rd, 2015
7:04 am
My tweets
Saturday, July 11th, 2015
7:03 am
My tweets
Sunday, June 21st, 2015
7:04 am
My tweets
Wednesday, June 17th, 2015
7:04 am
My tweets
Friday, May 22nd, 2015
7:03 am
My tweets
Saturday, May 16th, 2015
7:04 am
My tweets
  • Sat, 03:22: Vincent D'Onofrio's a delight as Wilson Fisk, but V. Curtis-Hall playing reporter Ben Urich is my fav as of Ep4! #LateToTheParty #Daredevil
  • Sat, 03:23: While the @hntrpyanfar is away, the #Daredevil will play! Long past time for me to catch up on the first season. #LateToTheParty
  • Sat, 03:42: Then again Ben Urich has always been one of my beloved characters. The reporter willing to pursue The Story. Shades of Ben Hecht, I'm sure.
  • Sat, 04:18: By the way. If you have the chance to sample Trista/@hntrpyanfar's Malbec (and you like wine)...DO IT. #noregrets #yum
  • Sat, 04:19: Tomorrow I see a Mad Max/Mad Max:Fury Road double feature at the Alamo Drafthouse. Hooray!
  • Sat, 05:49: Ok. Scott Glenn's Stick is quickly ascending my cool character list.... #Daredevil
  • Sat, 06:16: Karen: "I can take care of myself!" Foggy: "Lets discuss that away from the maniacs." Me in stitches. #Daredevil
Friday, May 15th, 2015
7:03 am
My tweets
  • Thu, 19:49: #MadMax FR is the most cool, breathtaking, innovative, freaking-insane and thrilling movies I have seen since Aliens. Will see it again.
Sunday, May 10th, 2015
7:04 am
My tweets
Thursday, April 23rd, 2015
7:03 am
My tweets
  • Wed, 17:47: Just had a great chat with my coworker about Lao Tzu's influence on Confucianism. I had no idea!
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