My Blog Week: Sept 10 to Sept 16

My Blog Week: Sept 10 to Sept 16

All the Latest from Torsade!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

This week began with a promo post, “Coming in October!”, that features links to two YouTube videos for my serial novel’s debut, with musical themes to accompany the imagery. Also on September 11, a new entry in the Corey Jack series, “Working Overseas”. Corey meets friendly Stan, who seems to know things. “Royce’s Iron Seeds”, refers to a Yoharie character’s blog. The fourth Tourmaline story debuted: “Sympathy for the Torturer”, Anton’s view of Herward’s representations. “The St. Bernard Hotel” is the eighteenth episode of Hammersmith. Aimee, to her annoyance, finds her plans for Jane overwritten by a scheme of Vic’s. A new short story debuted this week, “The Bog”, in which a woman estranged from her town and her past finds entente. The third entry from “Are You Alienated”, was posted on the 15th, with Minta on the receiving end of John’s Cold War discourse.
Finally, “Movie of the Week”, a new poem in the TV Culture series, describes a war story, and the framing of a war story.
Photos on my posts usually have a link to related information, sometimes serious, sometimes whimsical, sometimes in answer to a direct reference. Since people can be leery about clicking links, I include them here: what they are, what sites they point to.

 


 

 

My Blog Week: Sept 10 to Sept 16

 

Movie of the Week (poem)
September 16

AMC filmsite: Great war films

 

Are You Alienated (part three)
September 15

Parkinn.com: Nevsky Prospekt

 

The Bog (short story)
September 14

Cedar Bog

 

The St. Bernard Hotel: Hammersmith (eighteen)
September 13

Huffpost: “The 10 Most Infamous Real-Life…”

 

Fourth Tourmaline: Sympathy for the Torturer
September 12

Investopedia: “Rationing”

 

Yoharie: Royce’s Iron Seeds
September 12

 

Corey Jack series: Working Overseas
September 11

The Economist: “Guns and Sugar”

 

Coming in October! See a slideshow
September 11

YouTube: Figure Promo Clip Two

 

 

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