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February 05, 2013


Glen Greer

Mark Hodder is amazing! I love his work... Please enter me! My favorite place in the world is Tomorrowland in Disneyland, Anaheim, CA. I love the optimistic view of the future it portrays, even if we're not necessarily, as a species, headed in that direction. Plus, Space Mountain is so much fun!

Arthur Morgan

My fav place in the world is my hometown Paris (France). Pretty steampunk if you ask me!

I hope this new book is as good as spring-heeled Jack!


The Big Sur region: Electric blue waves teeming with alien-like creatures crashing into jagged earth-toned rocks whipping up wild winds and positive ions creates a sexually charged atmosphere--or at the very least tingles all the senses. Yeah. I could die there. Heavy sigh...

OR NYC, love that place! Or Paris...or...I could go on and on. It's so hard to narrow it down to one.


My favorite place in this world is den Haag In the Netherlands.... It may not be my home town but I have several very close friends who are Dutch and live there.... Love Mak Hodders writing by the way... His Burton and Swineburne books ranked among my favorites the year they were released....

Alden Ash

When it is not too hot the various National Parks (Zions, Arches, etc.) and Lake Powell in southern Utah are great. Disneyland is always a great place, but I don't know that I would want to live there.

My favorite place is my own Bag-Endish home, with all my books, games, movies, music, family and friends.

Eldritch Monkey

My favorite place is currently my mom's second couch. Not the one in the living room but the one in the little alcove kind of area. Whenever I visit her, I like to curl up there with a good book and a caffienated beverage. It's just firm enough not to require a pillow but supportive enough that the cushions don't slide out while I'm laying there. I'd snag it for my place if it weren't so damn heavy. :)


My favorite place is the ocean!


Ah, there's no place like home, isn't there? But in this case I'll go with Paris. I love that city.


London of course, the bestist city in the world...

Page Turner

The steam launch “Matilda” huffed effortlessly upriver under a magenta sky. Princess Grace’s Falls were still hidden by the river’s serpentine bends, but we could already hear the roar and see rainbow spray rising to meet the clouds. Mrs. Dancer had packed a wicker basket with supper for all. Another basket filled with wines of local vintage bobbed in the cool water at the end of a rope lashed to the “Matilda’s” stern. Soon, well fed and satisfied, Lady Jane and I would stroll arm-in-arm along banks of the falls to marvel at a candy-apple sunset under two emerald moons.

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