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  • I Just Need To Stop Complaining And Appreciate ALL My Reviews! by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 7/13/2010 12:11:02 AM
    I have figured out why I am not getting the reviews: I complain too much! :/... more

  • Clouds from my 6th floor balcony by D L Johnson 7/4/2010 5:33:37 AM
    I was awake at 5:30 this morning, for no particular reason, other than to write what may have been floating around in my head. Happy July 4th to everyone. Cheers-dlj... more

  • View from my 6th floor balcony by D L Johnson 6/27/2010 2:47:09 PM
    What a gorgeous day this has been. Right now there are a few clouds overhead, but it's mostly all sunny and bright. This morning from out of the blue, I decided to work on my facebook page, and there's lots of stuff there. I have had the pag... more

  • Ritual by Judith Lawrence 6/27/2010 4:32:31 AM
    In the first week of July, our summer writers' group will again gather together for a few months. Last summer, one of our topics was "Ritual", and I wrote the following about the ritual we have when we meet together. We gather together; we l... more

  • Notes on Splice, How to Train Your Dragon, Ironman 2 by Bill Johnson 6/12/2010 3:13:17 PM
    Brief story notes on some recent movies.... more

  • View from my 6th floor balcony by D L Johnson 6/6/2010 5:50:52 AM
    I apologize for how long this blog turned out, but for me it was an experience that I could not place in just a few lines. dlj... more

  • Published Essay Online by j.d. daniels 6/4/2010 6:03:57 AM
    The Use of Black Humor in Slaughterhouse-Five and Uncle's Tom's Cabin is now online... more

  • View from my 6th floor balcony by D L Johnson 6/4/2010 4:51:54 AM
    For some reason I woke up at 5am, and when I realized I was not going to go back to sleep, I through back the covers, opened the blinds, made coffee and started staring at this damned computer screen, still wishing I was sleeping...but that's not goi... more

  • View from my 6th floor balcony by D L Johnson 5/31/2010 7:42:35 AM
    Rain this morning, more rain this afternoon, then more rain tomorrow. With rain being forecast for the next two days it made me think that we shouldn't let a little rain keep us from our daily rounds, after all, we are of hearty stock, ready to face ... more

  • From my 6th floor balcony by D L Johnson 5/29/2010 6:19:49 AM
    Good news! the weather guy is forecasting at least one clear day for this holiday weekend. Based on the wet streets below, cloudy skies above, and sore joints in my knees, I'm betting the ranch that Sunday will be 'the good day.' Yesterday I... more

  • Review: Naked Edge by Pamela Clare by Jennie Marsland 5/28/2010 4:54:21 AM
    blog post from jenniemarsland.blogspot.com... more

  • Shame, Shame, Oprah By Fern Lutkins by Fern Lutkins 5/26/2010 8:44:57 AM
    I really don't know what I am doing is the right thing to do, but I am so upset with the famous Ophrah I can't help myself. A few months back I sent her my published work, Sunday Awakening Fern Lutkins for her or her staff to read. As a 75 year o... more

  • From my 6th Floor Balcony by D L Johnson 5/25/2010 5:30:59 AM
    It seems we are having a short summer...or better put, it seems we are running March's weather in May. Rain this morning, no sign of sun, yet...I guess I'm the eternal optimist. A little over a week ago, OK, just a tad longer, perhaps, I sta... more

  • It Was a Super Bowl Sunday Like No Other by D L Johnson 5/22/2010 6:17:33 AM
    This is the ongoing saga of my recent battle with Rhabdomiolosis, aka Rabdo. At the time, I did not know what it was, but it had visiously attacked my body, damaged my kidneys, and was slowly but surely destroying my muscle structuree from head to to... more

  • From my 6th floor balcony by D L Johnson 5/19/2010 5:47:08 AM
    Rain and cooler temps are on the docket for today, that's OK, I am happy, so what else matters? When last we met I was describing the horrible condition that had beset my body. Everything came to a head on the Saturday before Super Bowl Sund... more

  • From my 6th floor balcony by D L Johnson 5/16/2010 6:01:09 AM
    I have been awake since just past 6am, and when I opened the drapes, hoping to see another beautiful day, I found overcast skies, no sign of of sunlight, but now it is close to 7:30 and the sun is breaking through. That sun breaking through ... more

  • View From my 6th Floor Balcony by D L Johnson 5/13/2010 5:51:07 AM
    Another view from my 6th floor balcony It has been a year now, looking from my 6th floor balcony and many things have taken place, so I think it is time to catch up. My first entry, about life as I see it from my balcony, was about ... more

  • Sunday morning poetry by D L Johnson 5/9/2010 5:20:16 AM
    It is Sunday morning, 6:37, and the sun has cast a glorious yet gentle kiss on the west hills. There is ample light without flipping a switch...there is something about writing in natural light, and today is no exception. My part of the city... more

  • The Gateway Voted 3rd Best Fantasy Novel of 2009! by Glenn G Thater 2/6/2010 7:41:21 AM
    The Gateway Voted 3rd Best Fantasy Novel of 2009!... more

  • Sadly Ever After: 3 Books to Tear Into by Frank Mundo 2/3/2010 6:29:33 AM
    I was a guest blogger at The Journal of Cultural Conversation. ... more

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