Today’s prompt from Linda Hill for the Stream of Consciousness Saturday post is degree/degrees. If you want to play along go to Linda’s site and read about it. You can also see how others interpreted the prompt. http://lindaghill.com/2014/10/24/the-friday-reminder-and-prompt-for-socs-october-2514/ My interpretation is titled What is That? I hope you enjoy it. “What is that?” “What?” […]

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…I don’’t often cut and paste my Facebook posts as blog pieces, but so many people have asked me to do so with the post I made on there yesterday, in the hope that the message may go viral… if yeez wish to share it, please do so… LUV YEEZ!……

  Yes, it is Friday at last. Seems just a short time ago it was Monday. I know….delusional. Each week gets me closer to the finish of my third book. (Well, really my forth. The first is still holding the laundry room door open) It is this stage of writing that begins to work on […]

Wednesday story day has arrived. Ta Da. (you have to imagine the horn notes here) It is always nice to hit this milestone in the week. One of the reasons I enjoy Wednesdays is it is a day where I can pretty much write exclusively. Other chores on other days keep me away from the […]

  Fiction Favorites is brought to you by the Fiction Thriller My GRL  available on Amazon and where ever fine books are sold. It is offered in the ever cherished paper and ever popular e-book editions. My GRL is the story of John Cannon a San Francisco Attorney  who decides to take a leave of absence from the […]

Originally posted on Reading Recommendations:
S.K. Nicholls What is your latest release and what genre is it? Red Clay and Roses is a roman a clef in the vein of historical fiction Quick description: Red Clay and Roses is a fictionalized true story of life in the Deep South during the time of Jim Crow…

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Originally posted on Jack Flacco:
Tomorrow, my second book in the Ranger Martin series releases. That sentence makes it sound as if something’s about to escape the San Diego Zoo. From what I know, literature doesn’t eat people. At least I don’t think it does. So I wouldn’t worry about wild books named Ranger Martin…

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