ASBO: A Novel of Extreme Terror by Iain Rob Wright

ASBO: A Novel of Extreme Terror by Iain Rob Wright

Oh, Man! This one made me crazy!

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Amazon synopsis:

Andrew’s life is one of bored contentedness: a teenage daughter, a faithful wife, and a middle-class job. He even has a Mercedes. His life is without drama, and the comfort of middle-age is setting in.

That all changes when he refuses to buy a pack of cigarettes for the local…

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I like this one :)

Picayune: of little value or account; small; trifling.

ART by Matt Shaw and Michael Bray

ART by Matt Shaw and Michael Bray


Yes, it took me long enough, I know.
I read it as soon as I got it, but – you know how life gets in the way sometimes. I’m still trying to get my life in order from my little ‘forced’ vacation. Life. Work. Stuff.
You know.

So. Amazon synopsis is this…

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WARNING: The following book has some scenes which some readers may find distressing. This…

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Text Message by William Malmborg

Text Message by William Malmborg

Text Message is my third book by William Malmborg – (I read Jimmy & Dark Harvest first, and finished SCRAPING THE BONE right after.)
I almost hate myself for saying this – but I don’t think I could pick a favorite anymore! Between Text Message and Jimmy – I half to call a ‘Draw’.

Amazon’s synopsis -

“I have your sister. Do exactly as I say or I’ll kill her!”

Mallory thought it would be a…

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Dark Corners by Michael Bray

Dark Corners by Michael Bray

What lurks within the darkness? What crawls outside of our perception? What happens when the world as we know it stops making sense? When reality isn’t what it seems, and the rules no longer apply…

Dark Corners is a 5 star collection of twelve interlinked short stories plotting the darkest reaches of the human psyche.


Observation Room 5:
Not a zombie story, but a zombie type story. A man…

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13 Little-Known Punctuation Marks We Should Be Using - Mental Floss

13 Little-Known Punctuation Marks We Should Be Using – Mental Floss

Original post by Adrienne Crezo / Mental Floss

Because sometimes periods, commas, colons, semi-colons, dashes, hyphens, apostrophes, question marks, exclamation points, quotation marks, brackets, parentheses, braces, and ellipses won’t do.


You probably already know the interrobang, thanks to its excellent moniker and increasing popularity. Though the combination exclamation…

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