Sandman, Vol. 4: Season of Mists by Neil Gaiman Lucifer: “Hell is over.” Dream: “And what will you do now?” Lucifer: … I could lie on a beach, somewhere, perhaps? Listen to music? Build a house? Learn how to dance or the play the piano? It matters not.” “…This is for you dream lord, take …

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The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black “I haven’t had a very good day. I think I might still be hung over and everyone’s dead and my root beer’s gone.” “Isn’t every hero aware of all the terrible reasons they did those good deeds?” Aware of every mistake they ever made and how good …

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Okay enough of the re-blogging stuff! I did throw in a few new recipes though. I’d like you to meet Carol Gillott! She’s the painter, traveler and Francophile who writes the most superb blog Paris Breakfast Carol bounces around Paris with her trusty camera and long-suffering mascot Bear, snapping pictures of shop windows and street …

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After lunch and, a visit with the “Emperor”, I guided my husband down a narrow alley in Chinatown for a special treat. “Uh, where are we going again?” “It’s just this way, c’mon you’ll love it!” “Ohhhh Kaayyy” Finally we ducked into a tiny, I mean teeny tiny, shop, and the owner greeted us like …

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PPRINT offers gorgeous artwork painted on vintage book pages. Anastassia Elias makes these fantastic little vignettes in…TP rolls! I KNOW! Right? You have to go by her site and check them all out! Guy Laramee carves wondrous landscape scenes out of books.

4 more days till Halloween! I have a confession. I haven’t carved pumpkins yet this year! We usually wait until the last minute and then carve like crazy. Mostly because we hate to see our poor Jack’s mushy and droopy due to unseasonably warm weather in Oregon in October. I really love these patterns form …

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I’ve been a comic book fan for a very long time. Mike Mignola is one of the masters, Hellboy is one of the best! Really, who wouldn’t be charmed by a cigar chomping supernatural crime fighting demon born in hell but raised by a kindly professor? Of course check out the movies too! Like Professor …

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Sorry it’s late folks, we were on the road yesterday. The Graveyard Book Bod is a child raised by the occupants of a graveyard and his godfather, Silas a vampire, after his family is murdered by an assassin. And you thought being in your family was weird…try being the only one alive. Go to Neil …

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A few quick links to start your weekend off with a smile. Shot 60.000 pictures, developed 9.600 prints and shot over 1.800 pictures again. No post production! A really amazing film! The PENStory Stephen Wiltshire can draw completely accurate panoramas from memory See what Kiki and her dolly Coco were up to in Paris: Kiki …

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