Friday, June 3, 2016

The Horror of Health

     Well, I'm almost thirty-one now and my doctors have been telling me to get into shape. It's a little sad how far I've gone down hill but I am taking control of my diet and beginning an exercise regimen that my leg will allow. Mainly a slow walk around the neighborhood is the goal, but since my legs nerve still feels like I'm getting electrified every few moments, I'll settle for a slow walk around my condominiums.
     As for diet, I've begun eating oatmeal in the morning with my coffee, sans sugar. I use an Agave honey substitute that acts as a sweetener and is a natural sugar, so easier on the body. No milk in the oatmeal, nor butter. I'll be adding fruit once I get some. I'll be getting low-sodium V8's and drinking one of those a day while also cooking meals primarily made of vegetables.
     The only meat I plan on using is chicken, which I'll bake before cutting up to add to the meals. I make stir fry (water, no oil) with carrots, tofu, broccoli, diced onion, and asparagus. It sounds disgusting, but it's pretty good.
      My main vice is my addiction to soda, which I'll begin weaning myself from until my birthday. As a present to myself, I'm hoping I can give them up permanently. I'm going to go back to herbal teas and coffee, with a few glasses of water a day.
     I hope to drop a significant amount of weight by my birthday. If I can do that, I'll hopefully be able to have my medication work on me in a more effective fashion.
     Now, as this is a horror site I'll leave you with a horror movie trailer chock full of suspense.

Sweet Dreams...

Some Beach, Some Where, Part Two


Brian, dressed in his slacks and black long-sleeved shirt, stood in the parlor of their hotel, waiting for his wife to make her way downstairs so that they could take the carriage to the Lord's home.

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Grimlocke Chronicles

     So far this book has had great reviews and a fair number of sales, but I feel I should express the value of it some more. From a mad painter who uses human body parts as material while struggling to finish his masterpiece to ghosts playing, or hunting, children. This anthology contains thirty-six of my favorites stories I've written.

     The image is a link to Smashwords, where you can purchase the book for 2.99 for any electronic reading device! From your phone to your tablet, this will allow you to read the titillating tales within. If you want a paperback copy, you can order one off of Amazon and revel in the five-hundred-plus pages of horror.