Tag Archives: thriller fiction

Thursday – A Little Personal – Twiggy and Lucy Outside

So what do you think, little one? A game of follow the leader?” “Not sure, Lucy. Is the grass wet?” Nope all dry. That 3 inches of rain are all soaked in. Come on down.” “Give me a minute.” “What’s the problem, Little One?” “No problem. I just haven’t done my Yoga yet today.” “Running […]

Today I’m with Mae Clair on Her Blog

Today I’m with Mae Clair in Pennsylvania with a new excerpt of Eternal Road – The final stop. Come on over. Here is the link https://wp.me/p2dMh0-3Do   A little about Mae in her words “They say everyone has a story to tell. I wrote my first childish “masterpiece” at six and was immediately bitten by […]

Wednesday Story Day – AKA TGIF

  It is Wednesday Story Day again. Last week we learned that Lazar is willing to testify against Taggert and Cortez. We also learned that Lazar’s daughter Carolyn will need to be protected more sooner than later. The ADA, Pricilla Thomas, left the room to make some phone calls, and she is now heading back in. […]

Today I’m with Harmony Kent

Today I’m with Harmony Kent with a new Eternal Road – The final stop excerpt. Come and join us. Here’s the link. https://harmonykent.co.uk/newbook-launch-eternal-road-the-final-stop-by-john-w-howell-howellwave/   A little about Harmony Indie Author Harmony Kent is an award-winning multi-genre author. Her publications include: The Battle for Brisingamen (Fantasy Fiction) AIA approved The Glade (Mystery/Thriller) AIA Approved/BRAG Medallion Honouree/New […]

Top Ten Things Not to Do at the First Cannes Film Festival in 1946

This week marks the 74th anniversary of the first Cannes Film Festival. We all want to go, I’m sure so let’s pile into the Olds and head back there. Do not forget the list, so we all can avoid a time continuum tear. All set. Let’s go. Top Ten Things Not to Do at the […]

Views of the Neighborhood – Deer Check

I thought we would cruise around and check the deer. We have our faithful bus companion, and it is loaded with brunch and bubbly.Photo by unsplash Hop aboard, and let’s see what we can find. Our first sighting is of a mama deer all by herself. I hope everything is okay in the deer household. Here are […]

Tuesday – Anything Possible – Kreative Kue by Keith Channing

In Keith’s words. “Using this photo (below) as inspiration, write a short story, flash fiction, scene, poem; anything, really; even just a caption for the photograph. Either put it (or a link to it) in a comment or email it to me at keithchanning@gmail.com before 6pm next Sunday (if you aren’t sure what the time […]

Top Ten Things Not to Do on the First Transcontinental Mail Service Route in 1858

  This week marks the 162nd anniversary of the first transcontinental mail service between St Louis and San Francisco in 1858. It was a stagecoach service, and who wouldn’t want to get on and take a ride. You all know the rules. You need to take the list so that the time continuum will remain […]

Today I am with Keith Channing at Keith Krates

I am overseas with Keith Channing in the UK. You remember Keith from the Tuesday prompts. He is the one that comes up with the photos that defy typical interpretation. I’m with him talking about Eternal Road – The final stop. I have a new excerpt that I think you will like. Here is the […]

Views of the Neighborhood – COVID Accomodation

With nothing better to report in the neighborhood, I decided to go out and do a personal investigation of how restaurants, stores, and small eating places are handling the COVID situation. This is not a Pulitzer Prize-worthy post, but hey, beats a blank page. So I got the bus. We have a keg of margaritas, […]