A Profound Look Back at the Week: July 12-18

It’s the middle of the summer in this part of the world. Mid-July, specifically, is called the Great Heat, which sounds a lot better in Bulgarian but I’m not used to translating BG-EN, so that’s all you get, I’m afraid. And because it is too hot to think of something potentially witty to write about, here’s a bunch of random pictures I’ve taken recently.

Before

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After

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He really wanted to get there in order to start worrying how he’ll get down

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The stairs to the Kazanlak Thracian Tomb, which, incidentally, feature prominently in Second Skin, which I might publish some day unless I forget. 

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The cat that broke Little C.’s heart because we refused to take it in. (Pub cat. Why ruin its life of excess?)

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Spiderman’s caterpillar, I’m sure of it.

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We have it all, including all-natural ways of killing someone we don’t like.

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This is how fantasy sagas start, I suspect. With a thorn forest or similar and a pinch of imagination. Then it needs tonnes of imagination, of course, but it all must start with just a pinch. And a thorn forest.

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No idea what this is but it looks deadly enough to like.

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Welcome to my book-peddling corner (because books won’t sell/download themselves much as I’d like them to).

For dragons and vampires, press The Lamiastriga (which you can’t read for free on this blog).

For a mystery featuring a vanishing plane, press Sky High (which you can read for free on this blog or on Kobo. I always appreciate feedback).

For random scary stories, here’s a complete list of my published shorter fiction.

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