After quite a bit of debate with myself, I decided to add a second chapter to The Future Comes Calling – this is what was going on from Twitchell’s end of the story. Because I was working on the next story in Tremors: The Subtext and realized I’d left a few holes there that really needed to be closed. So, now they’re closed. 😀
And now for some scary stuff – well, scarier stuff. 😉 The Nostalgia Critic made this video of the Top 11 Scariest Performances, and it’s spot-on.
From A Broom With A View by Kristen Lawrence, one of my favorite and most listened-to albums – all year round, not just at Halloween.
A quick note for those of you who aren’t familiar with cat behavior: The kitty in the video is annoyed and doesn’t want to be held anymore, she’s not being hurt.
I don’t dare let any of my cats see this one – if they find out they can use guns, I’ll be getting held up for canned food multiple times a day.
If you want an alternative to putting a giant orange squash on your porch and letting it rot for a month, how about putting out a fake rotting orange squash? In this video, Hauntcast’s awesome g/host Chris Baker demonstrates how to turn a foam funkin into a Corpsed Pumpkin using cotton balls, latex, and craft paint.
BONUS: Hauntcast just put out its October episode today, so go have a listen!
I love Halloween. A lot.
So I decided that, since I have the blog this year, I wanted to celebrate Halloween here instead of just in my house (and I celebrate the hell out of Halloween in my house). Continue reading Time for Halloween!
Some of you may remember that I promised I’d plop Jared from Baby of Mine into another story where he could get what was coming to him, right? Well, it’s done and now at the very least we know for sure that Jared is going to be locked up probably forever. Continue reading Closure and a Series Update
I’d been working on a list of all the stories I have posted on AO3, and I realized a few things: Continue reading Stories on AO3
I just read the most awesome short fic for – get this – Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. It’s called The Cab Ride That Changed My Life Forever (although their title guy has probably changed it by now because f**king clickbait), and it was written by Cracked writer John Cheese. It is really well done, if you’ve ever seen the show or you know the song you should totally go over there and read it. And maybe leave John some nice feedback while you’re over there, too, because he definitely deserves some kudos for this story.