Click to Subscribe
~ Book Reviews ~
The Fang Of The Dragon: Chapter 12 Of Robert E. Howard’s Hour Of The Dragon
Posted in Blog on Jan 22, 2021 — 127 reads
Chapter II. Love And Honour By Alfred Rosenberg #2
Posted in Histories on Jan 22, 2021 — 141 reads
A Pre-Biblical Impression Of The Bible #1
Posted in Histories on Jan 20, 2021 — 323 reads, 3 comments
Alarmingly Plausible: Lynn Lockhart Reviews King Of Dogs By Andrew Edwards
Posted in Fiction on Jan 11, 2021 — 345 reads, 1 comment
A Crypto Book Review
Posted in Blog on Jan 11, 2021 — 293 reads
A Counterculture Exposition Of An Unforgiven Book Paperback, January 11, 2021
Posted in Histories on Jan 11, 2021 — 295 reads, 1 comment
New Ledford's Review Of Doomfawn
Posted in Blog on Jan 10, 2021 — 255 reads
Life Lessons Learned From Sparring By Sifu Brian William Jewell
Posted in Modern Combat on Jan 6, 2021 — 483 reads
On Writing: A Memoir Of The Craft By Stephen King
Posted in Blog on Dec 26, 2020 — 435 reads, 1 comment
I Am A Barbarian By Edgar Rice Burroughs
Posted in Histories on Dec 24, 2020 — 341 reads, 1 comment
A Review Of Stupid Time By Richard Barrett
Posted in Fiction on Dec 23, 2020 — 348 reads
Psychic Dictatorship In The U. S. A. By Alex Constantine, Feral House, 1995, 221 Pages
Posted in Histories on Dec 23, 2020 — 302 reads
A Church Lady Asks Why The Crackpot Eschews The Latest Greatest Translations Of The World’s Most Read Book
Posted in Histories on Dec 15, 2020 — 443 reads, 5 comments
Posted in Modern Combat on Dec 8, 2020 — 433 reads, 2 comments
None Dare Call It Conspiracy By Gary Allen With Larry Abraham
Posted in Histories on Dec 7, 2020 — 357 reads
There Were Three Lads Who Went Their Destined Ways By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Nov 11, 2020 — 263 reads
Pirate Narratives #3: Chapter 1
Posted in Histories on Nov 10, 2020 — 246 reads
The Warwolf: A Peasant Chronicle Of The Thirty Years War By Hermann Lons
Posted in Histories on Nov 5, 2020 — 307 reads, 3 comments
Symbols By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Nov 4, 2020 — 212 reads
«  NOVEMBER 2020  thru  JANUARY 2021
Use RSS to see updates
without even visiting: Subscribe
or Watch a quick video on RSS
Plantation America
Contents
ONLINE WRITING
Search Blog
Harm City
Fiction
Modern Combat
Histories
Gaming

RECENT PODCASTS
Crackpot84 Lost Ep Aug 17
CrackpotBookstore Tour - Masculinity Aug 4
CrackpotBookstore Tour - Harm City Aug 4
Crackpot2020 Books - Best Laid Plans Aug 4
Crackpot83 If You Want Not to Get Ate Jul 28
Crackpot82 Scare Crows and Fake Meat Jul 10
Crackpot80 Culinary Reparations May 29
Crackpot79 Platonic Crackpotism May 10
Crackpot78 Asian Granny to Suleimani Apr 30
Crackpot76 The Knee Brace Mar 4
Author's Voice03 The Author's Voice Sep 25
Author's Voice02 The Author's Voice Sep 25
Author's Voice01 The Author's Voice Sep 25
Featured
Fantastic Voyage Revisited

The dreams James LaFond has allowed his readers access to are markedly energetic, vivid, and adventuresome in large part. While many of the dreams do contain violence, the violence rarely involves real bloodshed and murder, although there is one that comes close, as I recall. And a few of them are just simply downright childlike, fit as a fairy tale, touching, and charming.
 
Upon The Earth The Combat Space Harm City to Chicongo The Man Cave