Collection development tips for handling haunted donated books.
IT WAS TIME to go. "Maggie!" Hank yelled from the parking lot, his voice loud enough to force a flock of seagulls back to the sky. "Let's go. Now." Maggie pretended not to hear. It had been too long since she'd been to the ocean. She'd leave when she was ready. "Maggie! Don't make me... Continue Reading →
_____ * _____ * _____ * _____ * _____ MERRIAM-WEBSTER WORD OF THE DAY Tantalize verb | TAN-tuh-lyze : to tease or torment by or as if by presenting something desirable to the view but continually keeping it out of reach. _____ * _____ * _____ * _____ * _____
My first three things challenge! *stretches arms, cracks neck, pops knuckles* Alright, then. Let's do this. snowflake | heater | fingernail ONCE UPON A time, there was a small village in the middle of a large country. Some called it pastoral. Others called it bucolic. The people who lived there called it home. Summers were... Continue Reading →
My interpretation of liquid... a glass of water on a rainy day. I couldn't decide if I like it better black and white or in color, so here's both. Daily Post Photo Challenge - Liquid
A few weeks... maybe a month or so ago, I worked with a group of talented writers on a collaboration titled A Dead Man Walking: A WordPress Anthology. From that began a new story about a man named Steve and his encounter with a flatulent Genie. Author Denny McBride of The Ceaseless Reader Writes picked... Continue Reading →
A lady's imagination is very rapid; it jumps from admiration to love, from love to matrimony in a moment. - Jane Austen Daily Prompt - Rapid