Mr. McGuffin’s Plot Device And Writer Unblocking Emporium — Tara Sparling writes

Tara is always good for a belly-laugh! I LOVED this piece of hers, and must share.   3 Writers enter Mr McGuffin’s Plot Device and Writer Unblocking Emporium in dire need of help. Will Mr McGuffin be able to save the tragic lovers of the romance novelist? What’s in the bloodstained suitcase? Just what is … Continue reading Mr. McGuffin’s Plot Device And Writer Unblocking Emporium — Tara Sparling writes

Oh man, it’s here…election day!

Heck, you've got to vote for a president today (if you're in the U.S., that is). Why not throw down another vote on my super scientific poll?

Ten Ways to Break Your Back

For you intrepid readers who saw my last blog entry, you might notice a theme of physical ailments and my whining complaints that accompanying them. My hope is you can have a giggle at my expense. Personal pain as inspiration for writing; not a new concept at all. Ten ways to effectively break your back...'cuz I … Continue reading Ten Ways to Break Your Back

The Basilisk in Barnes and Noble

A short story of fun... "Song for the Basilisk," Ted read, peering at the paperback in his hand. He glanced up at Amita. "What do you think this is about? Aren't basilisks snakes? They don't sing." "It says 'Song for the Basilisk, not 'by the Basilisk'," Amita said, raising her eyes from the book in … Continue reading The Basilisk in Barnes and Noble