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Book Review: Jesper Jinx and the Sneezing Season by Marko Kitti

About the Book:

Jesper Jinx is eleven, and probably the unluckiest person in all of Puffington Hill. Everything he touches seems to end up in sweet disaster. 333 more words

Book Reviews


What’s the appropriate response to someone offering you a ride to heaven?

I had no answer, but the lady next to me said, “No thank you, I’ll have mine later.   300 more words

The Codega's Garden

The Codega’s Garden

Chapter One

Freya lay propped on her pillows, watching Salome bat a hairbrush from the dresser onto the wood floor, where it landed with a clatter. 3,097 more words


Fiction on Fiction: how do I blog it?

It has recently come to my attention that if I want to build an audience for my fiction writing that I have yet to publish, and make a name for myself I should use a few methods for drawing in my potential readers. 304 more words

Weekly Thoughts

The Fisherman: A Short Short Story

The sharp odor of the sea’s wind stirred the wispy, white hair atop the fisherman’s wrinkled brow. His lackluster eyes followed the sun as it set, his spirit accompanying the light in its descent. 335 more words


Old Black Maggie - Episode 14

Saved from Old Black Maggie

Gary and Beez meeting at Walton’s Drugstore became routine. Beez often gave advice to Gary, but always cautioned mom and dad are the best place to go for advice. 470 more words

Short Stories

William Goldman's The Princess Bride

The Princess Bride has long been hailed as a cult classic. This opinion is one that I feel is rightly deserved.

At the novel’s heart is a romance story set against the backdrop of a fantastical adventure. 404 more words