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Friday Sinema: You know that feeling…

I caught this commercial the other night and splorted Diet Coke. I hope you enjoy this awkward moment as much as I did. Have a wonderful weekend!

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Thursday Thoughts: Don’t Compromise

Sometimes, even when things are going good, something ugly will rear its head. Depression. Discouragement. Disappointment. Dejection. Despair. Disillusionment. Call it what you want but it hits all of us at one time or another. The thing is, at the … Continue reading

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Wednesday Words: Twisting in the Wind

Another Wednesday, another #1lineWed prompt. Today’s? **TWIST** Oh, the possibilities…twist and shout, twist and turn, twisting in the wind, twisted up. 😆 Today’s snippet comes from NIGHT FIRE, the story of an arsonist named Smoke and the arson investigator who … Continue reading

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Friday Sinema: A-Mazed

May the luck of the Irish touch all that you do today and always! And because I’m feeling a bit Celtic today, I thought I’d share this really cool video about labyrinths. Also, I think they are totally cool and … Continue reading

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Wednesday Words: Luck of the Irish

Happy almost St. Patrick’s Day, which makes today’s #1lineWed prompt rather fitting. The theme is **LUCK**. In today’s snippet, our hero Riley O’Brien is of obvious Irish descent. The former Navy SEAL doesn’t rely on the leprechauns for his luck. … Continue reading

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Friday Sinema: Dog’s Day

This is such an awesome story, and such an amazing bond between a little girl and her Great Dane, George. Makes me want to go to Boston and stay at the Copley with Cooper and Boone. 🙂 Have a great, … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Heavens to Mergatroid

If you are a professional writer, which is worse? Deadlines, or not having them? When I mess up my scheduling and find myself embroiled in back-to-back-to-back projects, I moan and groan but deep down, I have to admit I’m glad … Continue reading

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