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This is all true

You can’t make this up.

A friend of mine in high school, Ross, had a cousin (Roy) that was older than us, and he owned a mobile home. 1,126 more words

Deflategate II

It’s the crime of the century. An intensive investigation is ongoing. The following questions need to be answered:

Did the ball really go over the fence into CookieCakes’ yard? 1,048 more words

That's Life

Eight Memorable Moments From PEYTON PLACE Season Four

Welcome to a new Wildcard Wednesday! Today we’re continuing our casual coverage of some of the most memorable moments from Peyton Place (1964-1969, ABC), the first primetime serial, or soap opera, which aired two — and for a short while, three — times a week on ABC in the mid to late ’60s. 1,183 more words

Television

What I Learned Last Writers' Meeting (from an honest-to-God publisher of books)

So I belong to a local writer’s group called WriteOn! Pensacola.  Last week was the first time we had a guest speaker (Dan Vega, from Indigo Publishing).  418 more words

Ten Memorable Moments From PEYTON PLACE Season Three

Welcome to a new Wildcard Wednesday! Today we’re continuing our coverage on some of the most memorable moments from Peyton Place (1964-1969, ABC), the first primetime serial, or soap opera, which aired two — and for a short while, three — times a week on ABC in the mid to late ’60s. 1,217 more words

Television

Twelve Memorable Moments From PEYTON PLACE Season Two

Welcome to a new Wildcard Wednesday! Over a month ago, I covered ten of the most memorable moments from the first season of Peyton Place  1,510 more words

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Writers as minor gods? Possibly, maybe, maybe not.

“Why one writes is a question I can answer easily, having so often asked it of myself. I believe one writes because one has to create a world in which one can live. 687 more words

Fiction