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CSI: Cabot Cove

CSI: Cabot Cove

The TV has been playing in the background. Murder, She Wrote was on when I started, then Castle…

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Big Eyes

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The Music Men Returned

The Music Men Returned

It was as if I were queen for the day when I pranced down the runway and Wilson Picket and the Union Gap…

The Legend of Django Reinhardt

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Night Side of Dark

Night Side of Dark

Lincoln's incredible journey through war-torn Europe, trying to outsmart even the Fuhrer himself…

Dark Nights of the Soul

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Travelers’ Incantation

Travelers’ Incantation

Dragona Locomortum! Upon the clouds she flies. Frangelic voices, scream out in praise…

This House

This House

Clouds are weeping at my door, puddles tearfully trickle in moonlight falls…

For my Mom and Daughters

For my Mom and Daughters

A kick here and there for my Mom, my daughters and me. Rivalry inscribed from birth to grave Sweet kisses…

Until Next Friday

Until Next Friday

She can smell the aroma of vanilla and see a bearded man’s pipe. . . until next Friday…

Pen vs Gun

Pen vs Gun

They Proposed the choice, Gun that fights Or Pen that writes. I elected pen, for I had the voice…

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Elasticated Easter Eggs

Elasticated Easter Eggs

She stepped out of the navy winceyette elasticated knickers, that her father's girlfriend had bought her…

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Virginia Pothier

Virginia Pothier

Virginia Pothier, co-author of The Happiness Journey, and co-founder of Hapacus…

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Let the Wookiee Win

Let the Wookiee Win

The sidekick's there to help the hero complete the task, solve the problem, or even…

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“I Wished That Was Me,”…he said

“I Wished That Was Me,”…he said

Sometimes the oddest things happen in the neatest way. I rarely think about the way or how I write…