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Well, many of us growing up in the 80s remember our first video games ...
- I'm sure of it ... :)
We think back at all the time we chewed up playing games ... and so many of
them were pretty simplistic, but they still blew us away with their ingenuity.
I've been thinking about that recently, and have decided that I was going on a
-hunt- to see how many of the games I used to play would turn up.
The Preditors & Editors Readers Polls close at midnight, GMT on the 26th January, so there are just two days left to add your votes. If any of my friends and readers haven't yet voted, and may feel kindly disposed to do so, please may I ask if you'd support my two nominations by visiting the links to the individual voting pages, below, and adding your votes, for which I would be extremely grateful.
Glastonbury has been nominated for Best Mystery Novel and…Continue
Added by Brian L Porter on January 24, 2011 at 5:21am — No Comments
Yes, all that wonderful white stuff is being accumulated on our front lawns or
wherever we park. It seems that no matter where we go, it's there, but do you
realize that without it, there's be no "White Christmas" or skiing ?
I don't know, I've been having trouble getting around in it, so I think it's time for
it all to melt and be replaced by the sights and sounds of SPRING! :)
Added by Kumbahya on January 20, 2011 at 7:59pm — No Comments
I'm delighted that two of my novels have received nominations in this year's Preditors & Editors Readers Poll and I would like to ask if all my friends and readers could take a couple of minutes to vote for my nominations? Glastonbury has been nominated for Best Mystery Novel and Requiem for the Ripper is in the Best Thriller section.
To vote please visit…Continue