Hilarious. 😀 — Suzanne
Nature is great. Those owls are camouflaged perfectly.
A story that’s both humorous and educational.
The comma stood on the corner, bleating, “Please, can someone help me? I know I belong somewhere, but I can’t quite remember where.”
Devon Taylor, copy editor, sat at the counter of the diner across the street and watched as passers-by skittered around the pitiful punctuation mark. They looked away determined to not notice it.
Devon (destined to become The Nib) couldn’t really blame them. Commas were notoriously slippery creatures. But there was something about this comma that made Devon think it was truly in trouble.
The editor set down the empty coffee cup and wandered across the street.
“What brings you to Conjunctionville?” Devon asked the punctuation mark.
“Oh! Thank you for helping,” the comma was practically hopping. “I think I’m supposed to meet a couple of independent clauses for a job, but I can’t remember all the details. It was supposed to be set…
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John’s latest adventure and a great interview.
Today, one of my favourite authors and literary friend, John W. Howell, is visiting my island oasis of creativity here in the Seomra Glas (the Green Room)!
John began his writing as a full-time occupation after an extensive business career. His specialty is thriller fiction novels, but John also writes poetry and short stories. His first book, My GRL, introduces the exciting adventures of the book’s central character, John J. Cannon. The second Cannon novel, His Revenge, continues the adventure, while the final book in the trilogy, Our Justice, launched in September 2016. All books are available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle editions.
John lives in Port Aransas, Texas with his wife and their spoiled rescue pets
Siân: Welcome once again, John! I see you’ve got a hankering for the simple beach experience and nothing too fancy – good choice!
John: I’m thinking it would be nice…
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Another part of Teagan and Suzanne’s serial about Pip and her grandmother.
Preparing to Launch…
This spring I plan to book-ize the second serial story, Murder at the Bijou, Three Ingredients I. As I get ready for the takeoff, I’m doing a few collaborative posts with people who blog other topics — combining my stories with their respective talents. Since Murder at the Bijou is a culinary mystery, I am particularly happy to do another joint post with the fantastic chef, Suzanne from A Pug in the Kitchen.
The post is already live at her blog. Click here. I appreciate those of you who have already left comments there.
First, here’s Suzanne to introduce our special purpose with this collaboration. Go ahead, Suzanne…
Another delightful installment from the joint collaboration with writer/author extraordinaire Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene, we planned this post to occur in March, Women’s History Month. We’ve come a long way baby and every month, week…
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More about Seumas’s characters.
…I’m having great fun introducing to yeez some of the characters from my Jack Caldercrime thriller series… the other day, it was the trio of former SAS guys, Jack Calder, Jules Townsend and Malky McGuire… the main female in the books is without peer (or peeress, I s’pose, Mabel)… May-Ling Calder, the wife of Jack… however, as yeez might suspect, May-Ling doeshave a a peeress in real life, or rather, an amalgam of peeresses… this ol’ scribbler spent some WURK time in Hong Kong and the Far East, during which sojourn, (inevitably some may say), a marriage was announced… wedded I was to a local Chinese lady, (sadly since, that relationship foundered on a surfeit of Master Gallacher’s misguided pursuit of a career as a Master of the Financial Universe… mea culpa… but I digress)…
…the fair damsel from that former British colony was more…
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A wonderful story of the power of friendship.
I had someone who I really care about send me the following story. When I read it I had tears in my eyes. I know for a fact that the way you are treated during the day can change your mood and how you react and deal with others. This has happened to me some years ago while dealing with the public. I would start in a good mood, and then encounter someone who was angry or disagreeable. Then my own mood would sour. Often if I was in a sour mood I would encounter someone happy and upbeat and I would catch the mood and adopt it also. Now I try to be the upbeat happy person. I want to be the one who helps other people have a good day. I never want to be a stumbling block that prevents anyone having a…
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