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GHOSTS & THE ANCIENT STONES
Moonshine & Mistletoe (FILO .5)
1707 / 12000 words. 14% done!
Crossfire (Hard Target #2)
4136 /40000 words. 10% done!
Moonstruck Mafia: Boston
61313 / 100000 words. 61.3% done!
May/June 2019 Issue
TWICE THE TEMPTATION
FIGHTING FOR JUSTICE
Tag Archives: reading
Once again, I’m doubling up on my share of writing this week. Twice the prompts, twice the words. That’s my new motton. Today, it’s **DOUBLE** (#1lineWed) and “I did my share.” (#ThursdayThreads) Warning, this scene is totally a first–and VERY … Continue reading
I’m always fascinated by moon names, for obvious reasons. Last night, most of the world got to see the Super Flower Blood Moon. Technically, that’s a total lunar eclipse during a “super” moon, which means the moon is closer than … Continue reading
Dang. This is what happens when I get out of sync. There’s a reason I try to post the same thing on the same day of the week, and often try to set up blogs in advance. I almost forgot … Continue reading
Yesterday was Mother’s Day. It was hot and humid and I hid under the AC because…that’s how I roll. 😉 The James Gang celebrated on Saturday, which was a beautiful day. First, there was siren test because…first Saturday. Then it … Continue reading
Today’s double theme could have gone somewhere far different than it did. For today’s #1lineWed theme, we have **SOMERSUALT** and last week’s #ThursThreads flashfiction, we add “Something’s wrong.” This is what randomly (sort of randomaly) came out of my fingertips … Continue reading
I’m not sure how popular the whole Tuesday Treats and Titles thing is–me pairing one of my characters and books with a recipe. It’s kinda fun for me until I just keep using the same books and characters. So, until … Continue reading
Some weeks, it seems like the only new words I get are due to #1lineWed or #ThursdayThreads prompts. This week, it’s “Though a” and “What do you think?” This scene is pretty much a continuation from last week’s snippet, in … Continue reading
Once again, I find myself with a recipe for a book that isn’t finished. And I’m lazy. Rather than dig for a recipe for a book that more than likely has infinite recipes attached to it, I’m going a different … Continue reading