Title: Whispers Under Ground Publisher: Random House Publishing Group Imprint: Del Rey Pub Date: July 31, 2012 ISBN: 9780345524614 Author: Ben Aaronovitch Category: FICTION - ADULT: Mystery, Detective, Suspense & Thrillers: Mystery & DetectiveFICTION - ADULT: Other: Urban Life FICTION - ADULT: Science Fiction & Fantasy: Fantasy Marketing Copy: A WHOLE NEW REASON TO MIND … Continue reading Review: Whispers Under Ground by Ben Aaronovitch
She comes to me unbidden in her naked-coloured pajamas. As thin as onion skin as strong as steel But before the thin veil comes off You need to know her for magic and mischief for smiles and sensuality Only then will she peel to reveal her love.
When you are in bed, have you ever wondered what do to with your arms? Do you put them beside you, under your head, stretched out in between? I wrap mine around my love, my muse, my partner, my wife Marieke. One arm under her neck with my hand gently grasping her breast. The other … Continue reading Lovers In Arms
Sheila Pierson has taken me to task about one of my blog posts. In Sharing Black Thoughts I stated that I may share some of the writing that I had been doing around a very dark and depressed character. In a comment she posted on the original blog post, she basically said what am I … Continue reading Nothing Like Being Dared!!
One stops so, by some force of nature, another starts. Like a game of verbal tag where the first one who misses their cue is the loser. A constant cacophony of uttered words to fill the void of quietude. Their voices almost identical in pitch and timbre. It was easy to see the relationship between … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Battling Rats
Whilst on our way to pick up the kids from school, I saw three little conjoined, orange mushrooms. It got me to thinking rather quickly about whether little people live in those little mushrooms. A quirky little family of creatures that could fit in mushrooms obviously and their adventures they might have. (And if I … Continue reading Living In A Mushroom
Recently, I have been writing very dark and depressing stuff. Over the next couple of blogs I might share some of it with you. It seems to be coming from a depressed character but I have no idea what to do with the words that he tells me. I struggle to see how anybody would … Continue reading Sharing Black Thoughts
Flys. I dislike them. Most people dislike them; I would guess. And as you would, I spray them with a fly spray. But do you ever think of what the fly must go through after that lethal dose of whatever brand of fly spray you use? Have you ever followed it around the house as … Continue reading A Fly’s Agony
Is the continual fight to save endangered animals absolutely necessary? All the time and effort that is put into saving them seems hardly ever rewarded. Do these animals actually provide anything to the planet that is needed? What do pandas do? How about lions and tigers and bears? Oh my! Or is it just a … Continue reading 365 / 40: Are Animals Necessary?
I have the pleasure of giving you a guest blog post by my friend John Abramowitz (find him on Twitter at @onthebird or follow his blog at http://onthebird.blogspot.com). He is author of two successful books being Weaver and Atticus of the Dead. Both are great reads and worth the effort of getting. You should be … Continue reading 365 / 36: Guest Blogger John Abramowitz