Podcast Sn. 2, It’s a Creepy Story: Episode #11

It’s Sunday, time to decompress.

“Maybe all the people who say ghosts don’t exist are just afraid to admit that they do.”
― Michael Ende

Hello friends, I’m so happy about Sunday.  Even happier about the Monday holiday.  I would love to visit some of the special exhibits for Juneteenth, but about 100K tourists will keep me from being able to enjoy the exhibit.

All that aside, I hope you are doing well, staying hydrated, taking care of your mind and your body, and checking in with friends and family.

It’s been a lazy day and a lazy weekend in general.  I got sick on Friday and Saturday; I felt better but still playing catch-up, and today I just want to relax and maybe take a ride somewhere.

**Today’s Feature!**

On the podcast, I’m reviewing Paperbacks From Hell: The Twisted History of ’70s and ’80s Horror Fiction by Grady Hendrix.

Shocking story summaries! Incredible cover art! And true tales of writers, artists, and publishers who violated every literary law but one: never be boring. All this awaits if you dare experience the Paperbacks From Hell. (Source Good Reads)

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Arranged, edited, produced, and narrated by Wyetha.
Sounds and Music Pixabay
Last Week’s Episode: (REVIEW) Small Horror: A Collection of 50 Creepy Stories by Darcy Coates

*Have a creepy story you would like featured on the Podcast?  Share it in the comments section.*

Thank you for spending a little time with me here today.  Subscribe to the blog so you don’t miss any new episodes.  Have a great week. — Peace

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