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PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2011 8:07 pm 
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Alexander Stark wrote:
I can multiply extremely quickly once I've burrowed my way in.


Well, in order to multiply you shall need a mate so unless you have a +1 your stuck on your own :wink:


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gileadslostson wrote:
Alexander Stark wrote:
I can multiply extremely quickly once I've burrowed my way in.


Well, in order to multiply you shall need a mate so unless you have a +1 your stuck on your own :wink:


I have a mate alright, she's puttng on her boots right now to go to Ikea for the afternoon, but when she gets back I'll get started :P


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Well then Pete, I do think yer a wee bit buggered :wink:


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As long as they're mucking around with one of IKEA's flat packs I should be safe :lol:

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Pete wrote:
As long as they're mucking around with one of IKEA's flat packs I should be safe :lol:


Some of their products have great names like Jerker and Tosspot, and indeed two people assembling flatpack is not unlike that risque' game where you put your hands and feet over various circles on a sheet and end up in a heap on the floor after ten minutes. OK, there'll be a few skinned knees, broken fingernails, and expletives, but I'd still say it will all end in screwing, to subvert a well-known saying into something altogether more optimistic. Indeed, shouldn't Ikea adopt this as their new tagline? :D


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New blog post here:-

http://ttapress.com/1094/bestselling-ho ... -1900/0/5/

Anyone read any stuff by these Jenkins and LaHaye guys?

And yes, this is a whiny cry for attention :twisted:

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 12:55 pm 
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I'm holding a competition:-

http://ttapress.com/1484/you-choose/0/5/

Please enter, as I shall be very embarrassed if nobody does.

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Not read the Jenkina LaHaye stuff but did someone film one of them?
The competition looks a good idea. It's a fraught word for us at present but am I eligible?


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It's a fraught word for us at present but am I eligible?


Good question Roy, and something I should have thought of before.

I think I have to say no. We should restrict it to 'civilians', excluding TTA 'staffers' and BS columnists, as if one of you won it might be seen as fixed.

At the moment I have only one entry.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2012 5:11 pm 
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I now have three entries.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2012 9:16 pm 
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I am not - repeat NOT - entering this competition. 8-[

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I now have five contenders. If you're interested, you have until the end of the month to enter.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 11:14 am 
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Six entries so far. Last week.

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We ended up with nine entries in all, and the winner was Cameron Johnston. The books he selected for me to read and review in the March 2013 issue are:-


Black Wings II - Edited by S. T. Joshi
A Season in Carcosa - Edited by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr
A Feast of Frights from The Horror Zine - Edited by Jeani Rector
Best Horror of the Year Volume 4 - Edited by Ellen Datlow
Coldbrook - Tim Lebbon
The Hoard - Alan Ryker
Trinity - Kristin Dearborn
The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine - John L. Probert
The Late Great Creature - Brock Bower
Ghoul Warning and Other Omens - Brian Lumley

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*Holds hands up*
Guilty :)


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