Patterns at Rest

Originally posted on Vampire Maman:
This morning I found a stash of old pen and ink drawings. Not 1880’s this time, but 1980’s. From artist Marla Todd. ~ Juliette aka Vampire Maman Take this with your (on a shirt, a phone cover, a pillow, a scarf and more…. go to

Short Story Sunday: Good Bones

Originally posted on Vampire Maman:
The house had good bones. It would stand through a 8.0 magnitude earthquake if there were earthquakes where they stood. The first residents in 1906 had felt the San Francisco quake as well as the one in 1989 but there was never any damage. It was faint, like the ingrained…

The Bomber Jacket – Always in Fashion

Originally posted on indigobee:
The Irvin Jacket – Cold Weather Bomber Jackets The comfortable roomy jacket with the waist hugging hem and versatile function has made yet another comeback in the 2020s. Just check out some of the Best Jackets lists throughout the fashion world. The new Gucci, Paul Smith and John Elliott jackets for…

The Fall of Man

Originally posted on Dysfictional:
This story doesn’t have a specific genre. It’s a bit sci-fi, a bit apocalyptic, a bit Pride, a bit BLM, and maybe a bit fantasy. But whatever it is, it makes my heart feel warm at the end. When it all began, nobody could possibly have known that a porn star…

Criss Cross (1949)

Originally posted on The Horror Hothouse:
It’s got lust, greed, murder, an ice-cold Burt Lancaster, a smoldering Yvonne DeCarlo and a blink and you will miss it movie debut from Tony Curtis so what’s not to like about Robert Siodmak’s 1949 Noir Criss Cross which has just been released on UK Blu-ray as part of…