My Blog Week: August 27 to September 2

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This week, the novella “Are You Alienated” began. The second of the Tourmaline stories, “Palma”, also debuted; and the first, “Tourmaline”, concluded. “Hammersmith” continued, with the episode “Having a Treat”.
In the Folly Series, Roscoe Bevington, introducing himself by name, gives to the guest a longer account of his ghost’s perspective. (This poem references characters who appear in Inimical and Sequence of Events.) An old Adventures in Research piece, with additional slides, “The Reindeer Racket”, was re-released on Twitter and Facebook. The TV poem series got a new entry, “BeeZeep”. 
Photos on my posts usually have a link to related information, sometimes serious, sometimes whimsical, sometimes in answer to a direct reference. Since people can be leery about clicking links, I include them here: what they are, what sites they point to.




My Blog Week: August 27 to Sept 2


Feature: Haunt of Thieves (four)
August 27

Buy Mystery Plays: Amazon


BeeZeep (poem): TV culture
Angust 28

“The Man Who Introduced the World to Flying Saucers” The Atlantic


First Tourmaline: conclusion
August 29

“Green Tourmaline”: Healing Crystals for You


Roscoe Bevington: Tenth Tattersby
August 30

Wikipedia: Tiger Moth


Having a Treat: Hammersmith (seventeen)
August 31

“As American as Roasted Oysters”: LA Times


Are You Alienated (novella): part one
September 1

Examples of Napoleonic Era Art: Wikimedia


Figure has a Promo Video with Music
September 1



Second Tourmaline: Palma (one)
September 2

Torsade presents: Tourmaline (Pinterest board)




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