I tried a little experiment and turned a podcast episode from two years ago into a video. This one was popular enough and lent itself
I don’t like these at all. They scare me, deeply. I don’t know if anyone else will be disturbed by these, but I should explain:
Tomorrow (November 2nd) is the deadline for the Flash Fiction Contest. I’m admittedly terrified by the number I’ve already gotten, and I turned off notifications
Starting off this year’s podcast season in earnest with a discussion of Halloween History. Lisa Morton has written three excellent books about Halloween history, as
A ton of folk are following the WordPress blog because of my contest. But if you enjoy the weird old cards, please look on Twitter,
A lot of Halloween cards show the moon reacting to the action. It’s cute, it makes what could be ominous seem fun. I get it.