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Enigmas of the Mystical / Re: More Pix For A Laugh
« Last post by Sir Slash on Yesterday at 09:27:45 PM »
 :2funny:
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Enigmas of the Mystical / Re: More Pix For A Laugh
« Last post by GDS_Starfury on Yesterday at 05:53:24 PM »
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Books & Reading / Re: Announcing Northern Fury: H-Hour - a novel of WWIII
« Last post by Grim.Reaper on Yesterday at 04:41:53 PM »
Can't wait for release.....
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Books & Reading / Re: Announcing Northern Fury: H-Hour - a novel of WWIII
« Last post by Barthheart on Yesterday at 03:31:58 PM »
 :bd:
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Music, TV, Movies / Re: Jukebox Playlist
« Last post by Pete Dero on Yesterday at 01:42:57 PM »
Scott Walker, influential rock enigma, dies aged 76  (https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-47691705)





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Check out the first review of Northern Fury: H-Hour at the Fuldapocalypse blog: https://fuldapocalypsefiction.wordpress.com/2019/03/25/review-northern-fury-h-hour/

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Northern Fury: H-Hour is both an excellent example of how a simulation can be used in the creation of a novel (like the original Harpoon tabletop version was for Red Storm Rising) and a very good throwback to the technothriller/WWIII fiction of days past.
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Books & Reading / Re: Excellent Audio Books
« Last post by IICptMillerII on Yesterday at 08:44:23 AM »
Lots of Star Wars audio books have sound effects, music and voice acting in them. The narrator Mark Thompson is particularly good and narrates lots of the higher profile novels. The Thrawn Trilogy is exceptionally well done in audio book form.

I havenít come across other audio books that come close to the Star Wars ones, though I havenít listened to any of the Lovecraft stuff mentioned here. Not sure of any non fiction audio books that have extensive effects.
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Music, TV, Movies / Re: Jukebox Playlist
« Last post by Moreb on March 24, 2019, 06:31:15 PM »
Pink nailing Janis.

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