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Family man. Wargamer. Voice talent. Pulp revolutionary. JonMollison.com
Family man. Wargamer. Voice talent. Pulp revolutionary. JonMollison.com

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A little late afternoon shredding practice. Buckle up for this one and prepare to be amazed.
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Don't take my word for it, people! Take it from a man with no qualms about calling out the puerile, the posers, and the pretenders.
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More pulp, this time coming from the tabletop RPG crowd. Goodman Games knows which books were the original sourcebooks for D&D.



http://goodman-games.com/blog/2017/08/25/announcing-tales-from-the-magicians-skull/
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Man oh man, I was already excited about his first collection, knowing it's kicking off a whole new imprint...icing on the literary cake!
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If they use tbe FemFreq definition of trolling, ninety-nine percent of these cakes simply say, "I disagree with you on this."
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"[Jon Mollison's Adventure Constant] is outstanding, unbelievable fun, and feels like an older book, but one that is a slight bit self aware."

You can't have a planetary romantic with just one planet. Old Jack Dashing has a lot of worlds to visit.
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One hour to hang a cabinet this morning turned into five hours. I blew a fuse when I hit an electric wire squashed against the stud. That meant ripping the paneling off the back side of the wall to find the junction box preventing me from pulling a new wire from the switch to the light. Four hours, two trips to the hardware store. Love these 40 year old houses with thier quirky non-code repair jobs hidden behind the walls.
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So long, everybody!  It's been fun!
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From Merritt's 'Ship of Ishtar':

"His lips sought hers and clung; mad wine of life raced through his veins; in the sweet fire of her mouth memory of all save this moment was burned away.

"I—give myself—to you!" she sighed.

He remembered...

"You give nothing, Sharane," he answered her. "I—take!" He lifted her in his arms; he strode through the rosy cabin's door; shut it with thrust of foot and hurled down its bar."

It's even better in context. +Jeffro Johnson​​ was right again.
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Who Fears the Dark Places - What we can learn from Manly Wade Wellman's "Who Fears the Devil".

http://puppyofthemonth.blogspot.com/2017/07/who-fears-dark-places.html
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