Back in January I posted a short story I had written for NYCMidnight.com’s #ShortStoryChallenge 2016. I’m pleased to say that story, Postcards, came in 1st place in… Read more “Philanthrope: A ghost story”
I like writing contests because they force me to write. There’s something about a deadline. When I saw NYC Midnight‘s Short Story Challenge, I knew I had… Read more “Postcards – Short Story Thriller”
Football is a religion in Texas. You can worship Friday night (high school), all day Saturday and sometime Thursday night (college), and Sunday and Monday (pros). People change which church service they attend depending on what time the Texans/Cowboys play on Sunday. Out of town trips revolve around away games. Children are banished to the upstairs TV so parents can eat chips and queso and yell for their team. And if the game is really big, sometimes you don’t invite other people over so that you can be grumpy and yell at the refs and coaches without anyone to witness your bad behavior.
What is it about football or any other professional sport that inspires such fantastic fanatics?
Read more on The Scriblerians: The Power of Football
A Time To Speak by Nadine Brandes Christian dystopian (yes, it’s a real genre) at it’s best. All the dystopian complexity and survival thrill you love but interlaced… Read more “3 new books you don’t want to miss!”
Before we start discussing It’s Complicated, I’d like to let you know about a couple of free offers that Laura has shared with us: #1. Laura has a… Read more “Time to Discuss #3 – It’s Complicated”