If “A Tree In The Forest” is the Best Book Ever Written…
…and nobody reads it…
…is it a classic?
Something for the Monstrousphiles, to be philed under deleted scenes, the following lines from Perry Como’s song do not appear in my book, because I didn’t want to mess with copyright issues:
Catch a falling star
And put it in your pocket
Save it for a rainy day.
Too early to know for sure, but it looks like those thirteen copies of Monstrous I unloaded on Goodwill might have dropped off the face of the earth. I will try to compensate by being a bubbly blogger who finds something to say on a daily basis, even when he has no clue a second beforehand just what his fingers will be up to.
Carl Panzram was a superhero. Discuss.
Curl up with Monstrous on a warm summer’s night under streetlight with your back propped up against a building, far enough removed from the hassle that there is no strain on body or mind, and you will be eighteen again.
Good parts version.
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