Tagged with humor

Blog Spam Is Sometimes Hilarious


I am not really sure where it comes from, but I will often get comments to my blog posts that are…well…nonsensical spam.  Today I decided to post some examples of this for your enjoyment, and since this is a blog about writing, the sad thing would be that these writers are wasting their time writing this … Continue reading

Friday Flash Fiction: Siri 4


It had been a bad day for Talia. She sat in the driver’s seat of her Tesla 2, shooting down the interstate, her thumbs texting away on her polyclear phone, updating her status as “single” yet again.  The cars ahead of her began to slow, and even though the roads were now completely safe and … Continue reading

Podcast Preview: Why Self Publish?


On the Fridays before our new podcast episode airs, I will be writing a little blog preview of what we will be discussing on the show.  I absolutely love the podcast idea, and it has been so much fun creating them.  The podcasts debut on every other weekend, so hop on over to iTunes and … Continue reading

Arrested Development: Good Writing Comes Around


This hysterically written show, created by Mitchell Hurwitz and starring Jason Bateman, Portia DeRossi, David Cross, Jeffrey Tambor, Will Arnett, Alia Shawkat, Tony Hale and Jessica Walter nearly fell through the cracks back when it aired on FOX between 2003-2006.  The show was narrated by Ron Howard, for crying out loud.  The critics loved the … Continue reading

The U.S. of After Chapter 5


Clayton My eyelids eventually parted to let me see that crazy red headed girl sittin’ in a brown leather recliner just across from me.  Her fiery red hair was all tied up in a pony tail and she had on a plain denim baseball cap pulled down over the smooth, porcelain features of her face.  … Continue reading

The Last Day of School: A Retrospective


I am a high school English teacher with four children attending elementary school.  Two of them are graduating to the middle school next year and the other two will climb the ladder to the fourth and second grades, respectively.  I am currently spending my time updating the inventory of books in my classroom, squaring away … Continue reading