Category Archive: Writing

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm: Confessions of the once beautiful

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Well… maybe not beautiful. My best friend, who lived on the other side of our block, had two brothers.  When you’re a teen and two guys resembling the younger versions of Hugh Jackman… Continue reading

One of those duds of a day

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I should be writing. Oh, look, a funny meme.    Really.  I should be writing. I’m sitting in my chair, cross-legged, staring at the page.  I look at the heading as if it… Continue reading

Too Much Information

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Yes, this is a rant. Ranting helps me to put things into perspective so that tomorrow morning — when I go to work — I won’t get fired for throwing sarcasm at the… Continue reading

Shameless Self Promotion : Book reviews needed

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Would you consider writing a review on Amazon or Goodreads or Reedsy, or…wherever you like leaving a book review? If so, and if you have KindleUnlimited, all 3 books are free.  Just click the… Continue reading

Writer’s Doldrums

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  Inside the creative mind is a sea of possibilities. I have, at present, hit the red line that has sucked the wind from my sails. Like the belt around Earth 5 degrees… Continue reading

Replies…

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It has come to my attention that my replies to other bloggers are better than my posts.  Reading the blog I’m answering first will give the reply context. <_><_><_> GrannyK’s blog, Granny Reports,… Continue reading

Senseless weekend sarcasm : Flushed

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My desire to write, as of late, is in the toilet:  I’m flushed with ideas, none of them worth a…feces. Poetry: Roses are red Violets are blue All of my poems belong in… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : How not to conduct an interview

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Greetings to listeners one and all!  My name is Earnest Critick, coming to you live from my world renowned show, BOOK REVIEWS EXTRAORDINAIRE.  I’m here today with writer Joelle LeGendre.  Tell me, Joelle,… Continue reading

When the brain just can’t…

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I am trying — really I am. Just ask my better half and he’ll tell you that I’m very, very trying. But this post isn’t about how hard it is for me to… Continue reading

Sequels

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  #NaNoWriMo starts in November. The first time I dared to try it, I wrote Immortal Sands. For my industrious fingers, it’s not rocket science.  Is it possible to have hyperactive fingers and… Continue reading