Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Prime Machine – Episode Seven

I don't dislike seeing children portrayed as something malevolent - in fact, it frightens me a bit. I just don't prefer it. It smacks of something supernatural. It brings to mind Children of the Corn, Village of the Damned, the Omen, among others. Ooo, or how about Ju-On? I see a child as having no … Continue reading Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Prime Machine – Episode Seven

Puddles

Not always a fan of first-person, I do sometimes attempt it. Originally, I wrote first-person exclusively. If you ask me, first-person ALWAYS suggests an unreliable narrator.  I trust unreliable gods more than unreliable men. I wrote this not long after I read Ender's Game. I had also recently read Peter Straub's Shadowland, and Clive Barker's … Continue reading Puddles