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Blood on Her Lips

Posted in Photography, Writing with tags , , , on June 18, 2018 by Hallward House

Shared from
Sample Snippet from an upcoming novel by
N.J.R. Kole.
“He’d closed his eyes. They sprang open when he Continue reading

Hallward House

Posted in Writing on October 30, 2017 by Hallward House

Hallward-House-urlogo4webI’ve been away, either having wild adventures in alternate realities or a series of vivid waking dreams.
In that time, I’ve joined the Armaggio Guild and the stable of artists at Hallward House.
Please find my brothers there. Continue reading

Succubus Stand-In

Posted in Art, Erotica, Nude, Photography, Succubus, Writing with tags , , , , , , on January 6, 2017 by Hallward House

(Or fly in, as the case may be.)
Succubi rarely photograph well. They may be photogenic, yet they exist more in dream realms than in this one—or so I’m given to understand. Continue reading

Rising from the Ashes

Posted in Writing on January 2, 2017 by Hallward House

2016kat_succubus-cnsrEver have a group project go down in flames?
I have, more times than I care to recall.
After swearing off collaborative works Continue reading

Stephen King’s Shining New Year

Posted in Horror, Writing on January 1, 2017 by Hallward House

shining-overlook-hotel-nickGreetings, and Happy New Year!

This picture from The Shining reminds me of an event I recently attended. Continue reading

Welcome to the World of Tomorrow!

Posted in Writing on December 31, 2015 by Hallward House

I’ve been away from the blog, working on something so all-consuming that I forget to even tell anyone about it. If you’d like to know, you’ll still have to wait. There’s so much more left to do! In the meantime, here’s a dose of Holiday geekdom for ya.
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Migraines and Insomnia vs. Well Meaning Advice

Posted in Writing on May 16, 2015 by Hallward House

Stop! Just please stop!
Thank you, fellow humans, for all the well-meaning advice regarding migraines, insomnia, and so on, but please stop. These issues have been with me for decades. Whatever you’re going to suggest, I have already tried it. Yes, that too, whatever it is you’re thinking of. I’m already maxed out with sleep deprivation, pain, plus sensitivity to light, sound, smell and so on. I don’t have the reserves to walk anyone else through what doesn’t work. For example, some people seem to think that I haven’t tried relaxing hard enough. Don’t think about that one too long or you’ll have some migraine-ridden sleepless nights too.
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