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GHOSTS & THE ANCIENT STONES
Moonshine & Mistletoe (FILO .5)
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Crossfire (Hard Target #2)
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Moonstruck Mafia: Boston
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May/June 2019 Issue
TWICE THE TEMPTATION
FIGHTING FOR JUSTICE
Tag Archives: business
We’re starting a new month. How is that even possible? What happened to April? I had all these plans and goals and stuffs and then I blinked. And here it is the second of May. Gah! Picture me doing the … Continue reading
Welcome to Spring, since this is the first Monday of April. We’ve had a few showers–but neet morre! And my daffodils FINALLY burst into bloom. I have a bumper crop this year and those yellow blooms nodding in the breeze … Continue reading
Yesterday was the vernal equimox aka the first day of Spring. On that day, light and dark are perfectly balanced. Too bad the humans who inhabit this planet are so out of whack. Anyway, there was a week past and … Continue reading
Well, there was a week. That felt like one Monday after another. The world is still a crazy game of whack-a-mole and I remain frustrated with the so-called leadership in this country. Every time they open their mouths, gobbledeegook spews … Continue reading
I’m what’s known as a hyrbid author. I have books released through publishers and I also self-publish. I had a publishing contract first, but back in the day when self-publishing first came to prominance, I made the decision to take … Continue reading
I feel like I need floaties to keep my ahead above water/all this idiocracy as we begin the week. Our local gas station hiked gas from $2.84 to $3.14. I’m hitting Wallyworld this morning and lord only knows how much … Continue reading
Welcome to DST. NOT!!!!! I hate this whole “fall back” thing. I have enough trouble getting my body to cooperate when it comes to sleep and now the infernaleral government insists on perpetuation this myth. I heard one pundit praise … Continue reading
So…it’s Monday. We’re hitting the second week of Puxatawney Phil’s prediction of six more weeks of winter and man, did he hit that nail on the head. Ugh. I want to be this cat because we’re looking at frigid arctic temps … Continue reading