Hi ho dear Readers!
Whisper, my feline companion, is feeling more than a touch under the weather. So, like millions of pet owners the world wide who care more about the sake of their animals than themselves – I’m digging deep into my funds to take her to the vet.
Here’s hoping that she turns out fine and I wind up with a scolding and an unnecessary vet bill for my trouble.
It’s that time again, time for me to take a break from all the writing and worrying if my own work is up to snuff and look at someone elses creation. In short: it’s time for an ebook review!
Snow White by the Safina Deforge team (there’s actually two writers credited in these works Safina and Mark Williams) is both a cute story with it’s elements that hark back to the classic tale of Snow White (the pomme rouge aka red apple, Queenie, Detective Cassandra “Red” Rose, etc) and a gritty, gripping detective tale.
I am happy to present this extremely interesting artifact from the archives of the National Unbelievable Foundation of Film-making (NUFF) that was recently uncovered stuck behind a towel dispenser when workmen were redoing the rest rooms at the South Park McDonald’s — one of the original McDonald’s from the 1950s. An expert at NUFF said that, originally hand-printed on composition notebook paper and written in the form of a TV script, this piece is a classic example of a 1950s Catholic school punishment assignment. There you have it! Enjoy! Continue reading
I am not quite down with the sickness. This is terrible, tragic, devastating – and really good news! You see, awesome author Larry Enright has agreed to do a guest post for me, so that I can rest (and he can announce the release of a new book).
All that awesome sauce is coming straight your way early Saturday morning. Don’t miss out!
So I’ve had you all on the edge of your seats with anticipation but it’s time for the big reveal! For the last few days I’ve been mired deep, deep within the awes of photo manipulation and permissions and html formatting – to create a new book cover for The Uncertainty of Death. Continue reading