Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Grand Budapest Hotel: Silly, But a Good Silly

I belong to a Film Club…well, not so much “belong” as somehow ended up on their Email list and show up at the local Alamo Drafthouse (beer and a movie? I’m there) when they have something that catches my interest. Last … Continue reading

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The Adventures of Gracie the Wander Cat: Guest blogger

Russell here. It’s come to my attention that a few unflattering things have been implied about me in these pages, specifically regarding my intents to supplant a certain Wander Cat in the affections of D. Krauss. Let me set a few things straight: First, let’s … Continue reading

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Interview of: Ian Barker, an author way too classy for this blog

I have known Ian Barker for a few years, mostly through the online writer community, Backspace. We also share a publisher, Rebel E. He is one class act. Judge for yourself: 1. “Ian.” That name’s so, well, English. My parents chose … Continue reading

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O-K-L-A…

I went back to Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, a few weeks ago because my son graduated from Army Basic Training: Yes, ladies, he is one handsome devil. Thank God he takes after his Mom. We attended what the US Army likes … Continue reading

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It’s “Read an EBook” Week: 2-8 March

In celebration, get Partholon for 75% off. Go here: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/355550 or click on the image below. Enter the code: REW75 See why John Rashkil is having a very bad day.

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