Monthly Archives: August 2011

What Happened at the Library

Tweet I got to the library around 1 PM, but by that time all the good books were gone. All the books I wanted to read, that is. The new fiction had been picked over, and even the murder mysteries … Continue reading

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Chuck and Al

Tweet “Shut the door.” “But, Chuck, what about the chicken?” “Al, you dummy, kick the chicken out into the yard and shut the door.” “What then?” “Wait until it stops moving, then bring it in to me.” “And after that?” … Continue reading

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Chuck’s Chicken

Tweet I rolled up to the takeout window at Chuck’s Chicken, Where The Chickens are Still Clucking and stuck my head out the open window, sucking in a large breath of the damp, heavy summer air. “Waddle it be, sweetie?” … Continue reading

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Guest post by Brinda Berry: Talent is Cheap

Tweet Talent Is Cheap Stephen King said, “Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work.” From a man who has published 49 books thus far, these words … Continue reading

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