Monday, November 03, 2008

pic o' the day


8 comments:

Christopher Paul Carey said...

Is this book any good?

Win Scott Eckert said...

It is -- it's definitely not in Haggard's style, it's a 1970s updating/sequel, but it fits in continuity. And it also has a minor crossover tie to Tremayne's Dracula trilogy.

-> Ray said...

Clive Nolan (who previously recorded a couple of great concept albums with Oliver Wakeman: Jabberwocky & The Hound of the Baskervilles) has a new project called Caamora. Their new release is SHE, based on the original book. It's an amazing piece of progressive rock.
http://www.caamora.net

Win Scott Eckert said...

I'll check it out!

Brad Mengel said...

I agree that Tremayne did a great job of updating She and writing a good sequel.

Brad

Matthew Baugh said...

Ayesha as a California blonde?
:)

Win Scott Eckert said...

Matthew:

LOL! :-)

Interestingly, I always tend to view these goddess femme fatales (Ayesha, Antinea, La of Opar, etc.) as having dark hair -- almost raven-haired.

And yet Dennis and Chris C. have done research which indicates La was auburn-haired. Go figure! :-)

Matthew Baugh said...

:-p