Friday, December 25, 2015

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas! We're having a decidedly wet one here. It's p*ssing down outside. While inside, I'm writing this and listening to Perry Como singing, Winter Wonderland. Still, we're off to the in-laws for Christmas dinner and festivities, so we can forget the lashing rain and have a good old merry one.




I've got a few new podcasts out for the festive season. In my public feed, you'll find the Christmas Sometimes with Part 3 of The Thing on the Doorstep, and at my Patreon page, you'll find the Patreon Christmas Special, with Part 2 of A Christmas Carol, What's in My Festive Fridge? and Mr Yip's Mince Pie Bake-Off.

Wherever you are, whatever the weather, and whatever your beliefs or non-beliefs, I hope you have a smashing day. If nothing else, at least there's something good on TV - and talking of TV, (not that it was on TV, I watched it online), last night, I watched something that used to be on TV every Christmas when I was a kid, and now you never see it. Tom and Jerry in The Night Before Christmas. Lovely. Still brings a tear to my eye. And if you're young enough to have never seen it, here it is ...


Friday, December 11, 2015

A Lull

We've had almost non-stop wind and rain here for the last month or so. But today we had a lull, so P and I went for a walk out to Saint Helen's Bay. Here's me enjoying not being battered by storms. "Make the most of it," I'm thinking, "because there's an absolute deluge coming in tomorrow." 


Wednesday, December 9, 2015

The Thing on the Doorstep Concludes at Patreon

H.P. Lovecraft's The Thing on the Doorstep has just concluded at Patreon, with a bonus for $5+ patrons - the whole story on one MP3 ... which is nice ... in a cyclopean, eldritch, foetid, accursed kind of way. 

Get over to Patreon and sign up now, or risk a noisome effulgence of gibbering insanity! 


And speaking of Patreon, I got an email (maybe you did, too) telling me about how the Patreon App is now available in its finished form for IOS and Android. Now that's what I call daemoniac!

Download it now:

Patreon iOS App
     
Patreon Android App
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