After doing research into what makers these days are using to provide the brains for their robots, I have made a decision. I read this great article from Make Magazine comparing the Raspberry Pi to the BeagleBone and the Arduino Uno. Contrary to their advice though, and despite how cute it would be to have a […]

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Hello and welcome to my latest blog. I recently got it into my head that I should like to build a robot with my teenage kids as a way to encourage their interest in STEM projects. I am a huge Doctor Who fan and have raised my kids up proper to be fans as well. […]

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I am a life-long fan of the British sci-fi TV show Doctor Who. I am slowly putting together a costume to wear to conventions that will incorporate elements of outfits from all of the regenerations of the Doctor. I already own a scarf from the Tom Baker era and the knit jumper from the Sylvester […]

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Behold, the paranormal adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson have finally arrived. Among the stories by 14 authors in this anthology, you can find my vampire tale "A Voice In The Blood". I hope you'll check it out soon. All of the stories are fun and thrilling and I am excited to have been invited […]

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We have been rocked by some dark news in just the last few weeks. Local TV pioneer, and my childhood icon, Bill “Wallace” Thompson passed away. Not finished grieving that, we all learned that Robin Williams had died. Then on August 20, my friend and mentor, podcasting legend Patrick "P.G.” Holyfield, was taken away from […]

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The big day has arrived. This Friday the 29th, aka Black Friday, sees the release of my newest story, BLACK MAGIC, as an eBook and a Podiobook. If you heard the tale serialized on HorrorAddicts.net this season, you can now download the full story, as a Kindle eBook from Amazon, or in any format from […]

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HorrorAddicts.net recently published a book titled HORRIBLE DISASTERS. It is an anthology of horror short stories set during historical natural disasters. Proceeds from the sale of the book will go to benefit Rescue Task Force, a charity organization that has been providing support to victims around the world since 1988. Edited by Larriane Barnard, it features […]

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Pun intended, but please take note: Google Keep is NOT an Evernote killer. Hell, I can't even say it is competition against Remember The Milk with a straight face. What I will say is that it is a nice, simple, straightforward note jotting app that synchronizes with the cloud. One of my initial thoughts however […]

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From the Personal Journal of Abigaëlle Charest Spring, 1860 I have just arrived at a new archaeological dig in Memphis, Egypt that Auguste Mariette opened up. Dorian Reynaud, the site's patron from the Louvre, hired me on as translator and archivist for a new discovery by his foreman, Henri Chevalier. We finally moved enough rock […]

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