July 2015

IMPERFECT (short noir film) - She's the perfect woman, beautiful, relatable, lovely. she only has one imperfection: she can't speak

Imperfect – It could have been a dieselpunk film

Honestly, I really enjoyed this short film. It’s very professionally filmed, the actors are good, the mood is very nice. The story is also very nice in my opinion, just a pity that it comes…

MAUD'S LINE (Margaret Verble) - The story of a young Cherokee woman trying to find the right life for herself

Thursday Quotables – Maud’s Line

Maud pulled a rocker to the side of his bed. She sat down, glad to have a moment of quiet. She felt exhausted. “How’re you doing?” “Not too good.” Lovely dropped his arm and slid…

Love/Hate Challenge

Love/Hate Challenge

It looks like there are lots of challenges around this summer, it was only a matter of time before I was framed with one, I suppose. As it happened, Celine of the Down the Rabbit…

theres a path in the forest - It is not so much for its beauty that the forest makes a claim upon men's hearts (R.L. Stevenson)

There’s a Path in the Forest

It is not so much for its beauty that the forest makes a claim upon men’s hearts, as for that subtle something, that quality of air that emanation from old trees, that so wonderfully changes…

Magestic Giant of the Air - CW Hawes - Guest Post - Flying on an liner airship was an experience unlike any other, one that is lost to us today. Author CW Hawes, expert and great lover of airships, tries to give us a taste of it

Majestic Giants of the Air

CW Hawes is one of the most faithful 8 Sentence Sunday on Dieselpunks partecipants. I may even have met him on the thread… though I really don’t remember. I think to him as one of…

THE CRASH (Hugh J O'Donnell) Terry O'Byrne always solves his cases and there's a reason why: he can see far more than any others. People's life has no secret to him

Thursday Quotables – The Crash

“Sharp Terry O’Byrne, thanks for coming. I’ve got one hell of a problem, and I thought you could help me out.” Willy pumped my hand, then the weariness returned. “What’s the problem?” I asked. I…

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