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We put her sunglasses and sun hat on her, and she looks in the mirror.
"SO STY-lish" she says. We’ve no idea where she got that from.
She turns to my wife.
"You’re SO STYLISH, Mummy," she says, and Mummy thanks her. She turns to me.
"You’re SO STYLISH Daddy," she says, and I thank her. She turns to my Father-in-law.
"Sorry, Granddad," she says.
It has occurred to me that some of the best books I’ve read in recent years have been well-written modern creepy supernatural horror stories. House of Leaves by Mark X Danielewski, The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters, and a book I read last week called The Supernatural Enhancements, which isn’t really a horror story but it has spooky bits in it and you should read it.
So can anyone recommend some good spooky novels?
I have some extra postcards left over to send from my vacation in Hawaii for the first n people who send their address to my askbox (where n = the number of spare postcards I have)Edit: all gone!
When you arrive at the Andaz Hyatt in Maui, they offer you a free photography session with an onsite professional photographer, showing you an iPad slideshow of typical romantic sunset lovey-dovey couple pictures. Several of the photos in the demonstration, including the second one they show, are of same-sex couples. I think thats pretty cool.
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