Tag: humor

“Her eyes…”

A few minutes of authoring fun.

These were written by a few of literature’s great authors, who have been read for generations so far and are likely to be read for many generations to follow us.

Note the highlighted sentence in each picture.

A Call From Prague

On Sunday night Father Face-timed me from Pennsylvania saying a woman from Prague phoned and left a message. (No, “A Woman from Prague” is not a book or story title. It could be, though.) She was evidently looking for me. But I have never even been to Prague.

The Names

I try to make names properly reflective of a time and place. It’s never easy. Sometimes I just see one somewhere, or on someone, and I have an “Ah ha!” moment.

Review: “The Witcher”

In lockdown, and knowing my youngest nephew – he is recently age 18 – is a fan, and realizing it will give us something new to talk about with him by Facetime, Saturday night we decided to watch the first episode of the latest apparent “craze” on Netflix…

Around The “Water Cooler” Again

So today here is more – some of it lighthearted – from fellow authors on Twitter… as they (I am taking a rest after finishing a 600 page novel, and I admit I am not writing currently) again gather around the authors’ office’s “water cooler” to gab (when it appears at least some of them, uh, should be nose to the grindstone and writing)…

Into 2020 We Go

If for no other reason, it is a good idea – I feel – to be mindful on social media as in person simply because that used to be called “good manners.”