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In 2003, one of the most iconic board games of all time hit the market. It earned a 2nd edition in 2010, but other than that, the world of Betrayal at House on the Hill has never been revisited. Until … Continue reading
http://percolate.blogtalkradio.com/offsiteplayer?hostId=533877&episodeId=7975757 Description Host Declan Finn (Honor at Stake) is happy to present Jonna Hayden, costumer extraordinare. Just in time for Halloween.
And now for a moment of shameless self-promotion: I won! My Halloween short story, Saturday’s Children, won the Grand Prize at the Liberty Island short story contest. If you need to extend your Halloween fun for another few days, give … Continue reading
One of these days, I’ll have to actually see The Nightmare Before Christmas. But that’s not the point today. No, it’s time to address two questions: “What is Halloween?” and “Isn’t it a pagan thing and Catholics should stay away?” Yes, that question. The … Continue reading
Over the Garden Wall is a lovely little gem that I’d completely forgotten about until I recently rewatched the first two chapters with friends. It’s a surreal autumny story about two brothers lost, wandering through woods filled with strange, spooky … Continue reading