Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Muse's Changes & Additions
My new header in place, I think it suits the site. What do you think? My friend John created it. I won't say how, perhaps something like when Frankenstein made his monster--only this came out so much better! He was sending me all these great wallpapers (my two footers here) with the old film legends in them, Dracula, Frankenstein, the Wolfman, and I asked if he could make me a new header.
Speaking of additions, John is joining my blog to infuse it with his knowledge of the great horror classics; the wonderful black and white films that many of you either grew up with and fell in love with, and still find enjoyable. I plan to introduce him this week, so please come by. He will be giving us insight into the film Nosferatu, this week. John's post title: John's Corner of Horror--which suites his expertise and knowledge of a subject the both of us found a common ground with. He is especially fond of Dracula films, but others are just as interesting to him, and I think everyone will enjoy reading some of the facts many of us never knew the behind-the-scenes, or where a film was made, and the actor(s) involved, and their little quirks.
And I'm nearly done with Dean Koontz's Prodigal Son I'm hoping to make a full report on it this weekend. There's much to say about it, and thus I don't want to wander into a review here. Koontz's work deserves a whole post on anything I've read by him. This work is still an on-going series. I know, for a fact that another book in the series is coming out in 2011. I'll have more on that, once I can get my notes together.
Tomorrow is Wednesday and Sumkio has sent me her post for this. I know that many of you enjoy her take on things she has been reading. This week she gives us a little insight into her own tastes on A Bibliophile's Foible (see? there's that word again).
This week should have something for everyone, so be sure and stop by.
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