Amy Sweet, British, Brits, christmas, forbidden lore, Morticia Addams, New Years, Nyarlathotep, Outer Gods, relationships, relics, Sherlock, the holidays, the UK, travel, Wednesday Addams, winter, Yorkshire Pudding
The blog is hungry. “Feed me! Feed me!” it keens. My fingers are full of Bandaids. No more blood letting. I’ll have to feed it words. Words. Words!
So what’s been happening over my winter?
A Very Outer Gods Christmas
It was a very quiet Christmas. My brother Nick and I stuck it out in the new apartment in Durham, unable to visit family this year. I did receive a very special present from a special lady who took it upon herself put together my very own framed Nyarlathotep artifact.
Not only did she know to make something regarding the forbidden lore of the Outer Dark, she even new which of the Outer Gods was my favorite! There was only one thing to do…
Would An Amy By Any Other Name Be Just As Sweet?
…hop a plane to the UK and spend New Years with this fantastical darkling fae darling of the British Isles. Ladies and gents, I give you the significant to my other, Amy Sweet!
We’d been in contact, via the internet, for over half a year. Now we’re trying our hand at this long-distance relationship racket. I plan on bending space/time anyway. Besides, she’s pretty cool, like Morticia and Wednesday Addams in one. I mean…just look!
I had a blast. I had my first stout-while-in-a-British-pub. I consumed a new episode of Sherlock, freshly plucked off the tree, while it aired on the BBC.
That concludes Part 1 of my winter hijinks. Stay tuned to hear how I became an Italian American vampire in the roaring ’20s, how I discovered tobacco pipes and old man sweaters, secret screenplay writing projects, secret cartoon writing projects, brain-dissecting interviews, and more!