Tag Archives: thriller fiction

Stream of Consciousness Saturday – Prompt “Roll/Role

    It is Saturday Stream of Consciousness time again. This weeks prompt is “roll/role. Linda Hill says we can use one or both. I’ll go ahead and use both thank you. If you would like to join in, visit Linda’s blog and read how. Here is the link Roll/Role by John W. Howell © 2108 […]

Thursday – A little Personal – Sunny Day in the Yard

“So, Dad. Where are Lucy and Bailey?” “They are coming, Twiggy.” “Gee whiz, Lucy. You guys think I have all day.” “Bailey is still finishing her lunch. What do you ve in mind?” “I thought we could play some ball.” “Yeah, That sounds good. This sun feels good.” “You are wandering around. What’s the deal? […]

Wednesday Story Day – AKA – Hump Day

  It is Wednesday Story Day again, and last week we were a witness to Louis and Larry discussing who had the knowledge to operate the equipment that killed Sandusky. The conversation ended with a declaration by Louis that there were only two people who knew how the machine worked. One was Louis and the […]

Tuesday – Anything Possible – Finger Point Prompt

  As you may know, Keith Channing has taken the month of November to craft another Na-No-Wri-Mo 50,000 word novel. So again today I am promptless. GP Cox came up with a solution. He more or less said, “Why don’t you point a finger at a spot in a book and use that as a […]

Top Ten Things Not to Do at the First Sunday Football Game at Philadelphia in 1933

This is a continuation of the Top Ten Things Not to Do list with a historical background. Today marked the anniversary of the first Sunday football game played in Philadelphia in 1933. If you were there, some actions are a no-no. Top Ten Things Not to Do at the First Sunday Football Game at Philadelphia in […]

Stream of Consciousness Saturday – Prompt “Mean(s)

  It is Stream of Consciousness Saturday and this weeks prompt is “mean (s). Linda Hill says we can use the prompt with or without the (s). Maybe I’ll use them both. If you would like to participate in this fun go to Linda’s blog and read how. Here is the link. The Friday Reminder […]

Friday – JohnKu – AKA – TGIF

Friday and another weekend is almost here. This week has been a matter of caring for Bailey and continuing the work on the WIP edits. We have an appointment with the editor in January, so the deadline is getting near. My productivity has not been the best this last week, but I have managed to […]

Thursday – A Little Personal – Lucy, Bailey, and Twiggy Play Inside

“Fe fi fo fum. I smell the blood of a Frenchie.” “You are supposed to rhyme with fum. Like Englishman.” “To really rhyme with fum I’d have to say Frenchie bum.” “Aw, now that would not be nice.” “Well I’m just sayin’” “Have I shown you my latest wrestling hold? I call it the jaw lock.” “Have […]

Tuesday – Anything Possible – Short Story

  As you may know, Keith Channing has taken the month of November to craft another Na-No-Wri-Mo 50,000 word novel.  Therefore I am promptless for Tuesday. Since I have titled this day as anything possible, I thought I would offer a short story. This story is based on an actual incident at our local store […]

Top Ten Things Not to Do entering King Tutankhamen’s Tomb in 1922

  This post is a continuation of the Top Ten Things Not to Do with a historical background. In 1922, the entrance to King Tutankhamen’s tomb was discovered in Egypt. Top Ten Things Not to Do if You Are Entering King Tut’s Tomb. 10 If you are entering King Tut’s tomb, do not ignore the curse written […]