Authors, you can broadcast your novels in our community of shared blogs by explaining in a 200 to 500-word post how the characters in your novels deal with life at the crossroads of humanity.
by Glenn Starkey (@GStarkeyBooks)
Prior to Halloween I walked through a major store and observed Christmas products already intermingled with Thanksgiving items on the shelves. Goblins, pilgrims, and elves are a confusing menagerie of images when you are supposed to only be buying a bag of candy for “Trick or Treaters.”
Well, look who is here - ME! I know, you are all surprised, glad your lives have made it to this point as I was certain mine would not, but here I am still paying taxes.
And still preferring little j little g (jim greenwald)
I stopped by say hello to all you who are testing the new web site. It has been a long time since I have done a blog. I can be dangerous when given a place to run my mouth, er, fingers.
My son Nate married a beautiful young woman named Nora. Aside from being warm and loving, she makes me laugh – a lot.
Here’s an example of why.
I was just checking into the Holiday Inn Express in Elizabeth, NC when Nora text messaged me. “Did you find my coat?”
Me: “What coat?”
Nora: “My coat that Nate left in NC.”
Me: “Where did he leave it?”
Nora: “Dunno. Airport?”
I sat down on the bed and had a good laugh before I picked up my phone to text back.