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Dancing with the Queen of Hearts - Steven Carlson

The Queen of Hearts, with her charismatic charm, completely enthralls her eight suitors.

Originally I wrote a little story, about a princess, to fit the magical effect of this card trick. 82 more words


A Valentine's Card

When I was little I adored Valentine’s day. Red heart-shaped decorations, red candy, and a bag full of cards and trinkets. Then I got older, the mandatory all-class Valentine’s card exchange turned into a handout of single red roses for the very lucky, and I traded red for black, hearts for spades, sweet M&Ms for fishnets and Doc Martins. 325 more words


A Message From The Queen of Hearts.

Dear Armory!
I hope you are all having a wonderful Valentines day. Weather you are spending it with your partner, or treating you to some much needed ‘you’ time, I have an exciting treat for you: a Valentines day message from none other than the Queen of love, lust and loss. 80 more words

2015 JAN-MAR

Game of Hearts 2

My friends call me Sweet Sam, and for one simple reason; I look sweet. Not just because I’m pretty and attractive, but also because I look so sweet it’s almost impossible to imagine I can hurt a fly. 631 more words

Alice in Wonderland

2015 marks the 150th anniversary of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. To celebrate this literary milestone Guernsey Post commissioned me to create a set of stamps and collectable products. 341 more words


A Warning To The Reader: This Book May Have Been Self-Published!

I received my Kindle Fire as  Christmas gift from my in-laws in 2011.  As a person who reads quite a bit and lives in a one-bedroom apartment with my wife, it was a great gift, a real space-saver, especially since I had to give away maybe three quarters of my book collection when we moved from New Jersey to New York state for my job.  1,019 more words


The Adventures of Poor Frank, Part XLI: Lucky Archie and the Queen of Hearts

The Adventures of Poor Frank, Part XLI:  Lucky Archie and the Queen of Hearts

By Ray Adams


     Local bridge buffs have long known that their club is a regular hotbed for rumors.  347 more words