Month: January 2020

Writing a Book is Not Easy. Just Ask Dud.

Help me welcome Slim Randles as today’s Wednesday’s Guest, bringing some of the guys from the Mule Barn Truck Stop with him. Dud us here to give us the skinny on the joys and challenges of writing a book. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy…   Dud sat quietly this morning at the daily …

Writing a Book is Not Easy. Just Ask Dud. Read More »

Check Out This Great Contest

Happy Monday everyone. I hope you had a great weekend and you’re work week is starting off well today. I am inching closer and closer to actually getting to the end of the third book in The Seasons Mystery Series, Desperate Season. Last week I got the last three chapters roughed in, and I’ve been …

Check Out This Great Contest Read More »

Of Books And Music

The weeks just keep rolling by faster and faster. It’s hard to believe we’re already looking at the end of January. Wasn’t it just yesterday that we did the great New year’s celebration? I hope everyone has had a productive and pleasant week, and you’re ready for some weekend relaxation. My weekend is going to …

Of Books And Music Read More »

Humpday #humor from Slim Randles

Slim Randles is here as today’s Wednesday’s Guest with a fun story about business – big city and small town. Like Slim and Herb and many others, I prefer small town and mom and pop shops. There’s something about those small stores and the people who run them that’s pretty special. Herb is that kind …

Humpday #humor from Slim Randles Read More »

Great Teachers

Slim Randles is here as my guest today. I know it’s not Wednesday, but the week got a little skewed with the special blog post on Tuesday, and I thought it would be good to end the week with some fun from Slim. Goodness knows we need a bit of laughter in these difficult times. …

Great Teachers Read More »

Book Review – Spent Identity by Marlene M Bell

SPENT IDENTITY Annalisse Series, Book 2 by Marlene M. Bell Genre: Mystery / Suspense / Light Romance Publisher: Ewephoric Publishing Date of Publication: December 11, 2019 Number of Pages: 378 Scroll down for the giveaway!     A body, a disappearance, just another hot summer in upstate New York. It’s July when antiquities appraiser Annalisse …

Book Review – Spent Identity by Marlene M Bell Read More »

The Rapture? A War? None of the Above?

Whew! we’ve dodged a bullet. At least for now. The news over the weekend, and through much of this week, has been full of reports about the killing of Qasem Soleimani, an Iranian Major General in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. He was  commander of its Quds Force, a division primarily responsible for military and …

The Rapture? A War? None of the Above? Read More »

#Humor from Slim Randles

Slim Randles is here as today’s Wednesday’s Guest. I guess there is lots of snow and cold winds where the Mule Barn Truck Stop is located. It’s sunny and a little warm here in my corner of NE Texas, so I don’t know whether to have a cup of coffee with the guys or iced …

#Humor from Slim Randles Read More »

Book Review – Ain’t Nobody Nobody by Heather Harper Ellett

Ain’t Nobody Nobody by Heather Harper Ellett Genre: Murder Mystery / Southern Noir / Dark Humor Publisher: Polis Books Date of Publication: September 24, 2019 Number of Pages: 336 Scroll down for Giveaway! Named a Best Debut of Fall/Winter 2019 by Library Journal, Ain’t Nobody Nobody is the story of a disgraced East Texas sheriff, his dead best …

Book Review – Ain’t Nobody Nobody by Heather Harper Ellett Read More »

Scroll to Top