3am brain slam

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  The things that get me up at night Bed hog Dogs Insistent Cats Work (as in OMG! I’m going to be fired for sure) Getting all my books published. Wondering if I’ll… Continue reading

Rant-casm : World War III 1/2

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Half way into the dream state, I’m awakened by the echoing of a voice inside an empty space where my mind once lived. The universe:  The next world war will be won by… Continue reading

99 word prompt : Seeing the light

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January 21, 2021, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story that rephrases “light at the end of the tunnel.” Think of how the cliche replacement communicates a hopeful ending… Continue reading

Ronovan Writes Décima Poetry Challenge: Shimmer.

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Décima Challenge of SHIMMER in the C rhyme line: 10 lines of poetry that rhyme, 8 syllables per line. Rhyming pattern:  ABBAACCDDC OR  two stanzas of ABBA/ACCDDC. <_><_><_> CYCLE OF LIFE Shining in a desert… Continue reading

Nothing new to report

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The self-proclaimed “god of cats” has once again taken over my desk.  No new books yet, but “The First Level of Hell” books 3 through 6 have been edited.  I’m still waiting for… Continue reading

Things you learn when you have Tourette’s

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This is not a “feel sorry for me” post, it’s to help others understand Tourette’s Syndrome from the vantage point of someone who has it.  Tourette’s is great teacher that continues to provide… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : 2021 prediction

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Everyone else is getting on the prediction wagon. Here are my predictions for 2021. There will be hurricanes. I’ll be sleeping with dogs somewhere on the bed — wherever they leave space for… Continue reading

Ruins

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The library of Alexandria burns. We surf for information Starved of knowledge.   Atlantis sweeps away ruins of history. Reimagined priests worship Brahman’s sacrifice.   Ten thousand years, Sahara’s secrets waited. We bury… Continue reading

Change

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Don’t remember when this particular betrayal occurred. Possibly the day I compared a “new-and-improved” name-brand plastic bag against an older, thicker one that I’d washed and used many times. The facts were undeniable.… Continue reading

A bit of love and humor

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Over the years, I’ve taken pictures of my beloved 4-footed family.  In these turbulent political times, let’s take a few minutes to appreciate a bit of love and humor. All have been published… Continue reading