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Ye Olde Bed Shoppe: Putting ‘Z’ in Salez . . . We Can’t Afford a Proofreader

Welcome to our popular bed store.  Please feel free to try any model that you want.  We have hammocks, cots, bunk beds, full, twin, queen, king, water, canopied, adjustable, futons, race cars, Murphy, trundle, air mattresses, day, sleigh, and . … Continue reading

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End of an Era . . . Okay, Just the End of Spring Break

First rant: Why in all of reality did it get cold again?  It was warm and nice a week ago, but now it’s back to jeans and long-sleeved shirts.  Worst part is that the changes happen overnight, so you go … Continue reading

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Break Is Over! What Did I Miss?

Well, I got the April posts done and some posts for Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday.  I’m writing this Thursday night since I doubt anything will really change tomorrow.  This has not been a working week.  Haven’t even touched a notebook … Continue reading

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Eat, Sleep, Write Podcast: Deconstructing Fantasy Writing with Charles E. Yallowitz

Hope everyone had a fun Thanksgiving.  This is a quick post to let everyone know that I recently did an interview for the Eat, Sleep, Write Podcast.  Click on the picture below as Adam and I talk about creating fantasy … Continue reading

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Perpetual Trudge

How much sleep does one need? To recover from the day Pressure never ending Until it has become one’s life Permanently at the lip of exhaustion Rarely making ground Each day feels like it should not be Because the last … Continue reading

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Eat, Sleep, Write: Podcast Interview with Charles E. Yallowitz

A little over a week ago, I sat down for an interview with Adam Scull who runs Eat, Sleep, Write.  Well, it’s up now and you can click on the picture at the bottom to hear it. It’s about world-building … Continue reading

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Worn to a Nub?

Pushed too hard Body acting odd Screaming of the cold Shivers and chatters Under layers Passing overnight Leaving me fatigued Worn to a tiny nub By late nights And unnecessary stress To get the big work done Impatience growing high … Continue reading

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What to Do, What to Do, What to Do?

After finishing a project, I tend to notice things that need to get done.  Haircut, minor cleaning, figuring out what that noise in my car engine is, sleeping, etc.  The thing is that it gets to look like a list … Continue reading

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Sleep Denied

Exhausting week With restless rests And toiling in the day Blissful weekend To recover strength Yet someone won’t allow The watcher sleeps Allowing tiny feet to wander Sticky hands find mischief Leaving messes in their wake The wrong parent sleeps … Continue reading

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Brain Fog

It began with a yawn After a week Of gnashing teeth An innocent nap To clear the cobwebs On this day of lazy rain Recharging for the night And to make another post I hit the deepest slumber For an … Continue reading

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