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Song Title Challenge #53: Luscious Lakes ~ The Dragon Chef’s Belly by Christophe Heral and Billy Martin

It’s time for this week’s Song Title Challenge.

Write a short piece of fiction, around 300 words, using the song title as your story title but don’t listen to the song.  You can pick your own genre or use the one suggested to me.  Remember to link back to this post so I can find yours.

If you would like to suggest a song title for a future post, you can do so from the challenge page.  You can also leave a suggestion on the Facebook page.

This week’s song is Luscious Lakes ~ The Dragon Chef’s Belly by Christophe Heral and Billy Martin and the genre is Crime/Mystery.  This song title is going to test my creativity (and possibly my cheatativity as well) to the limit, and could only have been suggested by the recently Freshly-Pressed bumblepuppies.

Luscious Lakes ~ The Dragon Chef’s Belly

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KokkieH Reviews The Angel’s Kiss: A Melody Malone Mystery by Justin Richards for the BBC’s Doctor Who

The Angel's Kiss by Justin Richards

On some days, New York is one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

This was one of the other days.

Melody Malone, owner and sole employee of the Angel Detective Agency, has an unexpected caller. It’s movie star Rock Railton, and he thinks someone is out to kill him. When he mentions the ‘kiss of the Angel’, she takes the case. Angels are Melody’s business.

At the press party for Railton’s latest movie, studio owner Max Kliener invites Melody to the film set of their next blockbuster. He’s obviously spotted her potential, and Melody is flattered when Kliener asks her to become a star. But the cost of fame, she’ll soon discover, is greater than anyone could possibly imagine.

Will Melody be able to escape Kliener’s dastardly plan – before the Angels take Manhattan? – Online book description

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Song Title Challenge #42: There is a good reason these tables are numbered Honey. You just haven’t thought of it yet. – Panic! At the Disco

It’s time for this week’s Song Title Challenge.

Write a short piece of fiction, around 300 words, using the song title as your story title but don’t listen to the song.  You can pick your own genre or use the one suggested to me.  Remember to link back to this post so I can find yours.

If you would like to suggest a song title for a future post, you can do so from the challenge page.  You can also leave a suggestion on the Facebook page.

The wife seems to have taken a page from bumblepuppies’s book by looking up the strangest song title she could find online.  Her suggestion?  There is a good reason these tables are numbered Honey. You just haven’t thought of it yet. by Panic! At the Disco (frankly, I think the band’s name would make a much more interesting story).  The genre is Crime/Mystery.

There is a good reason these tables are numbered Honey. You just haven’t thought of it yet.

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Song Title Challenge #37: Eye of Shiva – Therion

It’s time for this week’s Song Title Challenge.

Write a short piece of fiction, around 300 words, using the song title as your story title but don’t listen to the song.  You can pick your own genre or use the one suggested to me.  Remember to link back to this post so I can find yours.

If you would like to suggest a song title for a future post, you can do so from the challenge page.  You can also leave a suggestion on the Facebook page.

This week’s song is Eye of Shiva by Therion and the genre is Crime/Mystery.  It was suggested by bumblepuppies.

Eye of Shiva

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Song Title Challenge #36: Earache My Eye – Cheech and Chong

It’s time for this week’s Song Title Challenge.

Write a short piece of fiction, around 300 words, using the song title as your story title but don’t listen to the song.  You can pick your own genre or use the one suggested to me.  Remember to link back to this post so I can find yours.

If you would like to suggest a song title for a future post, you can do so from the challenge page.  You can also leave a suggestion on the Facebook page.

This week’s song is Earache My Eye by Cheech and Chong and the genre is Crime/Mystery.  It was suggested by bumblepuppies.

I have to say, I had fun with this one.  I’d love to know what you think.

Earache My Eye

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