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A Trip Down Memory Lane: A Burma-Shave Jingle

Well, maybe not down my memory lane since the Burma-Shave road signs were before my time but some of you might remember them.

Came across these jazzy jingles the other day while researching something else and lost myself on Google looking for more.  25 more words



Driving down the highway can, at times, provide thought-provoking images.   Going along the interstate, we passed a one‐story building, concrete block, with doors and a few windows. 804 more words

Christian Living


DAY 1/282 MILES/454 KM  When I was a young child, road-trips with my parents always seemed to start on the New Jersey Turnpike. Those trips basically consisted of overcoming shortcomings with our family car—a radiator that invariably overheated, as well as suspension that made me carsick—and being amused by Burma Shave signs. 205 more words

Contest Time

A week ago on my editing blog I introduced a contest I’m running. It dawned on me today that I should post about it here at A Christian Worldview Of Fiction as well. 694 more words

Marketing And Promotion

Contest Time

For the most part, my writing tips deal with fiction, though some principles are true to writing of any genre. I’m departing from the norm today and introducing a contest—a poetry contest, of sorts. 652 more words


Sunday Drives & Burma Shave

I remember Sunday drives with my family. Every week, after church services, we’d all pile into my father’s car and go for a drive. It started as an effort to avoid free-loading relatives who would arrive just as Mom was making Sunday dinner, but it became a ritual we all enjoyed. 1,075 more words

Language & Writing

Friday in Spring, Hurrah

Today is, Ta Da, the First Day of Spring, the vernal equinox. (Greetings to all my Druid friends.)

Not only is the day equal to the night (cue up the Doors), but there’s a solar eclipse scheduled which will be seen by a few hardy islanders in the extreme North, and since the Moon is at Perigee, a “Supermoon” (though you won’t be able so see it, dark of the Moon and all that.) 105 more words