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Poem no.21 - Poetry Isn't Always Pretty

I’m waiting for something to fill me

to fill all of the emptiness

I’m waiting for something to decide

whether i can live in sadness or bliss. 83 more words

A scene from The Moonflowers

Late last spring, early last summer, I published a novel about a woman on the verge of divorce and a young man on the verge of falling in love for the first time. 1,717 more words

The Lincoln Steampunk Asylum (Part Two)

Yesterday’s post was Saturday at the Asylum. Since it rather got into heavy wordcount, I decided I’d split the days. Yesterday was all about nerfs, friends, shopping and drinking. 1,023 more words


The Land of Steady Habits - Ted Thompson

I am so excited to share The Land of Steady Habits with you!! This debut novel is filled with suburban angst and well developed characters.(my favorite kind of read)  You are in for a HUGE treat – a smart, funny, thought-provoking book with quotable lines. 61 more words


Know Your Literary Psycho!

If you’ve made an effort to be involved in your local writing community, you’ve undoubtedly noticed that all writers are psychopaths. The path of literary success is not about dodging these people, for they are ubiquitous and they will assimilate you. 28 more words

The Great Tales Never End: Cassie-la Rates the Stories in "Stone Mattress" by Margaret Atwood

Stone Mattress by Margaret Atwood (Galley)
Release Date: September 16, 2014
Genre: Fiction, short stories, horror, vampires, literary, fantasy, further proof that Margaret Atwood can do no wrong… 1,226 more words


Yo Adrian!! What Price Glory in the NFL?

From the first time I saw him in the NFL Adrian Peterson was my kind of guy. I remember a TV discussion. It was about AP’s practice of not stepping out-of-bounds but instead ramming his shoulder into a defender for a couple of extra yards that would eventually cost him a couple of years in his career. 595 more words