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Monthly Archives: January 2012
http://ht.ly/8HUAe I think there are better ways. Contact me if you want to learn about another option.
From an op-ed article on winter – After the sledding, we went to the kitchen to rustle up some combustibles. I don’t know what they were eating, but I’m glad I wasn’t there to witness it.
From a restaurant ad – Try gathering in the comfy seating around a coffee table and filling it with small plates from the lounge menu while coifing generous pours of thoughtful wine. Unless that wine comes with hair extensions, I … Continue reading
A conference for readers and writers coming to Akron in September – more info to come.
Deception Point by Dan Brown You might like it, if you are as dumb as the heroine. To buy into this story you have to believe the heroine, who works in DC distilling intelligence reports into briefs, is so dumb … Continue reading
~The Last Templar by Raymond Khoury Mr. Khoury – Stick with Screenwriting Putting aside the basic premise of the book and the Templar mystery, this book is poorly written and annoying. I wanted my red pencil as I was reading … Continue reading
RIP Singular First Person Objective Pronoun. Apparently Me has passed on, overcome by misuse of Singular First Person Subjective Pronoun. Witness “between you and I”, “to my friend and I” and “from John and I”. Me was predeceased by Adjectives … Continue reading