Category Archives: fiction

There Are Moments When You Just Need to STOP

Today I let myself relax.  No, I purposely went out to relax and succeeded for the most part. One thing I did was take a book out onto the front porch and read, tilted back comfortably, with all the dogs who … Continue reading

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#NationalSuperheroDay

It is National Superhero Day!  Post your favorite superhero pics and celebrate! I am a classicist when it comes to superheroes.  My favorites, in order:  Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, Hulk, and The Fantastic Four. Who are your favorites? http://www.eontarionow.com/entertainment/its-national-superhero-day-nationalsuperheroday/1609

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Penpal, By Dathan Auerbach – A Review

In a word – creepy. It has been a number of months, maybe even years since I’ve begun a novel and literally couldn’t put it down until it was finished and I knew the whole story before I could sleep.  Penpal … Continue reading

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Tired

The computerized/typed copy of the novel is now in the works.  A copy is saved on a USB drive and the external drive.  The word count for today is officially 1,728, and I am tired.  Happily tired. Tomorrow I do … Continue reading

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Different Writing

Tomorrow is the D&D game I run.  Usually this happens on Sundays, but Cheyenne would like to play and the only time this is possible because of his new work schedule is on Saturdays.  Now I need to change gears … Continue reading

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Red Sails In The Fallout, by Paul Kidd

During all the hullabaloo of moving and its stress, I asked Cheyenne and Sniffles if they had something funny to read. Cheyenne immediately brought me a paperback. It is a Gamma World novel. Prior to this I didn’t know anything … Continue reading

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Green-Eyed Demon, A Sabina Kane Novel, Book 3

Jaye Wells, creator of Sabina Kane has my thanks.  The Sabina Kane novels are perfect escapes when you don’t want anything to in-depth and need a laugh.  Giguhl is one of my most favorite characters, as well as PW, a.k.a. … Continue reading

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Investing In Me

Now that things have settled down somewhat on the familial front, I spent some time sitting and thinking about what I wanted to accomplish this summer.  Since summer is my best time physically, I do a lot of getting out.  … Continue reading

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Red-Headed Stepchild by Jaye Wells

Red-Headed Stepchild, by Jaye Wells has entertained me thoroughly these past few days. The action kept me reading. The humour made me smile several times and once or twice actually laugh out loud. It wasn’t a difficult read, i.e. you … Continue reading

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Yet another look and stuff….

I don’t know what it was about the last one, but it made me unhappy.  It just wasn’t “right” for this blog, and for me, so I am changing it earlier than the week I try to leave them up … Continue reading

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