York, Steven J.: One Foot in the Grave (2010)

One Foot in the Grave is a wonderful little (5 pages) tale about loss. Stories that have the sense of the macabre about them hold a special place in my heart. Death and coming to terms with unresolved issues adds to the flavour of the story. Steven J. York spins all of this into a … Continue reading York, Steven J.: One Foot in the Grave (2010)

York, J. Steven: A Holiday Explained (2011)

If you are into macabre humour, you have to read A Holiday Explained. You just have to read about how Santa gets the presents delivered and how the Easter Bunny became hollow. A Holiday Explained is a wonderfully funny and well-written short story – all of three pages long. Well done Mr. York. Reading this … Continue reading York, J. Steven: A Holiday Explained (2011)

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Wodehouse, P.G.: Jeeves and Wooster (1915-1974)

I believe I have said a thing or two about British humour and here I go again – YEAH! I LOVE British humour. It beats every other country’s, including my own. From 1990-1993 I had the great pleasure of watching Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie play the delightful characters of Jeeves and Wooster. Jeeves and Wooster are … Continue reading Wodehouse, P.G.: Jeeves and Wooster (1915-1974)