Wednesday, May 18, 2011

From Pop Hangover

Everyone has a little Bad Lieutenant's Wife in them, including Pop Hangover.com...



And you thought that Shrek was the only one.

Saturday, January 15, 2011

The Twenty-Eighth Submissions

Ed says, "This time? I'm prepared."

"War of The World According To Garp"

"Annie Get Your Gun Crazy"

"Four Jacks And A Jill Face/Off"

"Psycho, Cornbread, Earl And Me"

"Falling Down The 39 Steps"

"To Catch A Thief, Scream, and Dial 'M' for Murder"

And he asks, "who else is in?"


It's no surprise that Flannery rises to the challenge and dominates-

"Fried Green Hornet Tomatoes"

"Pay It Fast Forward"

"Murder in the First by Numbers"

"Hot Tub Timecop Machine"

"Season of the Witches of Eastwick"

"No String Theories Attached"

"2012 Angry Men"

"Mallratattui"

"Fools Rush In the Line of Fire"

"Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Karate Kid"

"Armed and Dangerous Liaisons"

"Waking The Dead Up In Reno"

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Katherine Tomlinson's anthology "Just Another Day In Paradise" is here!


Life in the big city is not for the faint of heart. Shadows lurk in sunlight; blood spills on floors; hope and dread are just two sides of a neon sign; and loneliness is a paper cut on the heart, an invisible wound that eventually kills. In these stories, Katherine Tomlinson explores the dark heart of urban living. It is what it is...Just Another Day in Paradise.

Information on this outstanding anthology and a sample of the first ten pages are right here at Smashwords.com.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

The Bad Lieutenant's Rebus

I was going to make this simple and post a photo from a certain site, but they've made it so you can't repost their pics. The original was done on a movie marquee (though I believe that the third film was planted there or photoshopped in, as it has been out of the theaters for some time). So, I'll do a recreation. First, do you know what a rebus is?

noun \ˈrē-bəs\
Definition of REBUS
: a representation of words or syllables by pictures of objects or by symbols whose names resemble the intended words or syllables in sound; also : a riddle made up of such pictures or symbols


So, add the three titles of the movie posters below, and you will get our latest installment-