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Genre: Humorous Fiction

by Betty Thomason Owens

Humorous fiction: novels and stories written in a comical and amusing manner.  I heard humor defined as “playful incongruity.” Incongruity… 719 more words

Writing

Mother Hubbard Speaks Her Mind by Barbara Ardinger

Old Mother Hubbard
Went to the cupboard
To get her poor dog a bone;
But when she came there
The cupboard was bare,
And so the poor dog had none. 973 more words

Ethics

The legends about Vlad the Impaler

There are a lot of legends about Vlad the Impaler , confusing him with the vampire count.
Most of them derive from the stories fabricated about him during his imprisonment by Mathias Corvin, the traders from Brasov and Sibiu, his rival to the throne of Wallachia or even by the Turks . 543 more words

Vampire

Tea Parties, Rewritings and a Touch of Magic

Two weeks ago, I complained that life isn’t nearly as exciting as an episode of Grey’s Anatomy. How I regret those words… Let’s just say that I should own shares in the local hospital with all my friends and family who end up there. 417 more words

Thoughts On Writing

to every thing there is a season

We’ve had plenty of grey and wet weather recently, but very little that has been really wintery. On Tuesday afternoon it was utterly glorious, so I sneaked out for a walk in the park. 433 more words

Writing And Writers