Monthly Archives: September 2014

Bathed in Blood—Chapter Five

Chapter 5 Serendipity Tahoma stiffened in Harlan’s embrace. Sera glanced, over the heads of the dozen security operatives, at the Mayor of Tricity. Had she heard correctly? “You’ve found a body that’s been eaten?” Mayor Scott rubbed his mushroom-shaped nose. … Continue reading

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Friday Funny—Abbott and Costello on Unemployment

Sometimes it’s best to laugh at the things we don’t understand. COSTELLO: I want to talk about the unemployment rate in America. > > ABBOTT: Good Subject. Terrible Times. It’s 9%. > > COSTELLO: That many people are out of … Continue reading

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Funny on Wednesday—Home Schooling

Since there was no Friday Funny last Friday, I’m posting one now. Never fear, it will also return this Friday. Enjoy! SEE , I  told you. Most of our generation were HOME SCHOOLED in many ways. 1.  My mother taught me to … Continue reading

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Bathed in Blood—Chapter 4

Chapter 4 Reign Czekalski raised the field glasses to his eyes and focused on the dust plume in the valley below. Here and there, gray-green bushes dotted the carpet of brown. A hairless javelina collapsed by a ribbon of water … Continue reading

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Fall Into Romance Blog Hop

Happy Friday everyone and welcome to the Fall into Romance Blog Hop. I’m giving away a free copy of either Hearts in Barbed Wire or  Entanglements to two folks who leave a comment,  so be sure to enter. A hundred … Continue reading

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Wiped Out

I don’t know about where you live, but where I live we get a nice rain during the winter and summer. Because I live in the desert, it’s hot and dry most of the year and so a funny thing … Continue reading

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Bathed in Blood—Chapter 3

Last few days to purchase the book for 99cents so get your copy soon. Chapter 3 Natasha Wilson hitched her backpack on her shoulder and shuffled in line with the rest of the crowd. The sun shone brightly on the … Continue reading

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