Monthly Archives: December 2015

2015 in review

So, this is my year in review. I want to thank everyone who came and said so many nice things. I treasure the friends I’ve made blogging. The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

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6 New Year’s Resolutions–for Writers

1. I will stop checking my e-mail at 3:00 in the morning… 4:30 is much more practical. 2. When I hear a funny joke I will not reply, “LOL… LOL!” 3. I will try to figure out why I *really*

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New Year’s Resolutions

  My resolutions mostly have to do with writing goals this year. I’m trying to publish five books. Four are already drafted, three have had a couple beta readers give me feedback. I’ve nearly got a cover painted for one

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You Be the Judge…

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Why You Should Always Proofread Your Work…

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‘Twas the Night After Christmas

‘Twas the night after Christmas and all through the trailer, the beer had gone flat and the pizza was staler. The tube socks hung empty, no candies or toys, and I was camped out on my old Lay-Z-Boy. The kids,

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Merry Christmas

This one speaks for itself. I wish you all the merriest holiday possible. May you emerge from the season with grace and good cheer.

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Tree Top Ornament

Santa readied himself for his big annual trip, but it seemed like wherever he looked, he had problems. Four of Santa’s elves got sick, and the trainee elves did not produce toys as fast as the regular ones. Then Mrs

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Kelly’s Christmas

Kelly rested her head on her paws and groaned. Her hips hurt. She missed her packmate. She hadn’t seen Toby for over a week. She didn’t understand. Her people wept and spoke of putting Toby down. Why was Toby gone?

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Always Carry Something Christmas-y

Three men die in a car accident Christmas Eve, and they all find themselves at the pearly gates waiting to enter heaven. Because of the season, they are told they must present something “Christmas-y” to gain admittance. The first man

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