Tuesday, 26 November 2013

The “Could Have, But Didn’t”

Where’s the book you might be asking yourself?

Tuesday, 19 November 2013

A Rainy Night on Drury Lane, Part VII — A White Blanket Of Forgiveness

It’s taken us nearly a year to get here but we’re finally here, the final instalment of “A Rainy Night on Drury Lane” is here, the hardboiled noir story about a very softboiled detective by the name of Richard Wentworth comes to its conclusion.

He does die by the way. Because sometimes people die.

For any newcomers I would usually tell you to start with Part I — With Sensual Red Lips but seeing as next week I’m releasing the whole thing as a FREE eBook I almost want to recommend that you wait for that instead. Come next week, the novella “A Rainy Night on Drury Lane”— including two never-before-seen chapters—will be available for download in a variety of formats from ebook.carloseriksson.com. If you visit now you can sign up to be notified when it’s available.

Sunday, 17 November 2013

Doucebags, Donations And Dinosaurs

Riddle me this: When is 15 the same as 46? The answer may surprise you.

Sunday, 10 November 2013

Like A Batpunch™ To The Dick

My original plan for this—sort of—review was going to be a new fresh take on both Batman and the very idea of reviewing a game by ignoring the main character—that’s Batman—even the game itself and instead tell the compelling story of Alfred. The butler who has to put up with a PTSD-ridden and rich manboy who insists on dressing up like a bat to “fight” crime.

Read more to find out why I didn’t.

Sunday, 3 November 2013

The Horribly Haunted Update

So, Halloween came and went by pretty quickly. The real spiders and their webs were cleaned up—yeah, really—to give way to fake cobwebs, the pumpkins were carved into Jack-o’-lanterns using good tools as well as “unorthodox” tools and children guised as various nefarious creatures of Satan walked around asking for treats with threats of tricks.