Archive | October 2015

How to know when you’re drunk Photo…

Advertisements

Mermaid Humor

That is one big beautiful…..FISH!! ::::eyes wide open::::

Joanne Guidoccio

While fishing, three men catch a mermaid who begs to be set free in return for granting each of them a wish.

The first man shakes his head and says, “Okay, if you can really grant wishes, then double my IQ.”

The mermaid says, “Done.”

Suddenly, the man starts reciting Shakespeare flawlessly.

The second man is so amazed, he says to the mermaid, “Triple my IQ.”

The mermaid says, “Done.”

The man starts to spout out all the mathematical solutions to problems that have been stumping the scientists.

Impressed, the third man decides to one-up his friends. “Quintuple my IQ.”

The mermaid looks at him and says, “You know, I don’t usually try to change people’s minds when they make a wish, but I really wish that you would reconsider.”

The man is adamant. “No, I want you to increase my IQ times five, and if you don’t do it…

View original post 71 more words

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Author Duos I’d LOVE To See Write A Book Together

Wow, Jim Fergus and Andrew Joyce?? Great thinking! And I just heard my human say she is going to buy One Thousand White Woman, that it definitely sounds like a book Mr. Joyce would have written. Thanks for this post!

Girl of 1000 Wonders

toptentuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme feature created at The Broke and the Bookish. We’d love to share our lists with other bookish folks and would LOVE to see your top ten lists. For the list of past topics and future schedule, click here.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Top Ten Author Duos I’d LOVE To See Write A Book Together

Why? Why would you make me suffer through this pain? This is torture. Pure torture. But I would love to see it happen!

  1. Nora Roberts and Diana Gabaldon – the ultimate of romances
  2. Jim Fergus and Andrew Joyce – a historical book
  3. Jeff Kinney and Johnny Virgil – humorous boys’ tales
  4. Johnny Virgil and William Hazelgrove – an uproarious adult fiction book
  5. Monique Bucheger  and Judy Phillips – books with good lessons for teenage girls
  6. Diana Gabladon and L.A. Meyers* – an adult adventure/historical series
  7. Angela Carling and Scarlet…

View original post 44 more words

Again

A very moving, provocative story.

Andrew Joyce

170px-Standarte_Adolf_Hitlers_svg

What you are about to read, I transcribed from a cassette recording. It came to me in a roundabout way about two years ago. A friend of mine runs an Assisted Living Facility; what we used to call a nursing home. An old gentleman recently died there and as he had no family, his belongings were boxed up and brought to my friend’s office for disposal. The clothes were thrown away, the books put in the community room. The cassette player, my friend kept.

After listening to the tape, my friend called me to tell me about it. Because I am a writer, he thought I might be able to use something from it for a story idea. I thanked him and asked if he could drop it off the next time he was in the neighborhood. A week later, I answered a knock on my door and there stood…

View original post 8,100 more words

Zoe and “The Thing”

Of course, I have to reblog my own story!

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

It was dark. I was hungry. I was lonely but worse than that—I, Zoe the Fabulous (and usually fearless) Feline, owner of one human named Emily—I was scared.

Hello, Everyone. I have a rather dark story to tell you. I am still a bit shell-shocked, so please forgive my lack of enthusiasm as I tell you about the worst experience of my life. I am still here, so my story does have a happy ending, but that is beside the point. The point is: What started out as a cool adventure turned into a frightful encounter with… 

The Thing.”

There I was . . . exploring the downstairs level of our home. I had snuck into a room that I had never been in before, a room way in the back of the house. Still under construction, this room did not yet have a door, but to get to…

View original post 655 more words

TWELVE MORE New ’79 Words Story Challenge’ Entrants…

Happy to reblog….oh, and darn that Andrew! Now my human, Emily, wants to write more flash fiction. That would be just fine and dandy, but now she is challenging MOI to write another one. Really? I just want to eat, have some nip and a nap. And then get up and do it all over again. But can I do that now? I don’t think so, she won’t let it be. I have an idea! I’ll ……I’ll…..I’ll……zzzzzzz…..
(hint….zzzzzzz is NOT a word and this hint is NOT part of the story. Maybe now she will leave me alone!!

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

79 WSC

Many of you seem to be having a lot of fun rising to the 79 Word Challenge set byAuthor Andrew Joyce :D

For anyone who doesn’t know what this is all about, clickHEREto check out HIS story and challenge, thenHERE to see the first seven great entries, followed by HERE to see the second post with ten stories 😀

NOW READ TWELVE NEW ENTRIES BELOW:

(To visit the writers blogs, click on their names or photos)

〜〜〜〜〜

Them by Zoe the Fabulous Feline

Zoe story photo

I have only myself to blame.

This is a story of regret; that is not quite strong enough, but it will do.

It was a crisp autumn night. I was bored and said to myself, Self – you need an adventure.

Strolling about, blending in with the blackest of nights, I had not a care in the world. Until I…

View original post 1,013 more words

This entry was posted on October 10, 2015. 4 Comments

Why We Can’t See Our Tpyos

Graet artilce and yup! I cuaght all tne!!! meooooow

Myths of the Mirror

Did you see it?

The spelling mitsake in the tilte of this post?

Here’s how our amzaing brains igonre poor spelling:  

typo1

Our brains are increidbly vesratile.

No more stressing abuot tpyos!

Did you catch all 10 of my tpyos?

View original post

This entry was posted on October 9, 2015. 1 Comment