Night of Murdered Poets. In Soviet Russia thirteen Jewish poets were put on trial for espionage. Just Stalin’s way of thanking a population that gave its all to beat back Nazi Germany. The thirteen pleaded their cases in front of a jury of their peers, although, in this case, their peers were a three military […]Read More August 12th, this Day in History
We are in a war against snakes and you need to know who your friends are. I’ll give you a hint: It ISN’T the snakes… well, it isn’t most snakes… But, who in the animal kingdom is going to risk a venomous bite just to take out one of the enemy? Well, how about these […]Read More Our Allies in the Ongoing War Against Snakes
[This is a response to a challenge by Raynotbradbury to expound on the uncountable grains of sand. I’m making it today’s post so that I can disappoint TWO groups of people at the same time] Some think that the grains of sand cannot be counted, but those people are quitters. We need to count […]Read More The Uncountable Grains of Sand
[Thanks to Patti for involuntarily giving me the idea.] The best time to talk to your kids about drugs is before they start taking them. The second best time is after they start taking them. The WORST time to talk to your kids about drugs is when they’ve JUST taken them. They tend to focus […]Read More Telling Your Children About Drugs
The final part to the first chapter of my blockbuster novel, The Moosehead Stratagem. This is the powerful billionaire part of the book where we see that money and power go hand in hand until a secret agent shoots those hands and saves the world: The Moosehead Stratagem: Chapter One, Final Part: The Edge of […]Read More Well, This is it
This is the fourth part of the first chapter of the third book I ever wrote. The ruthless assassin, Resnick Tucker Resnick, in The Moosehead Stratagem, Chapter One Part Four. For those who like that sort of thing, here are two people being menaced by a giant ant… The first installment is here: […]Read More And Now… the Assassin!
Okay, that didn’t require an exclamation point. Patti Moore Wilson of Wednesday’s Child fame nominated me and that will be my primary motive for putting a snake in her mailbox. As I understand it, I have to first answer questions that she’s created and then come up with eleven of my own, plus a list […]Read More I’ve Been Nominated for the Liebster Award!