“Don’t you think we should discuss the elephant in the room?”
“Ephram, I knew what you were when I agreed to marry you. Now settle down and eat your peanuts.”
"Mama always said "Life was like a box of chocolates..."
The trifles, baubles, and bric-a-brac that strike our fancy
Explorations in how we engage with music
Dreary writing and appalling spelling? Quoth the Wordsmith, "Nevermore."
Where a Passion for Prose and a Voracious Love of Verbiage place you in Great Company.
Imagining books and music in quirky and creative ways
Weird Fiction, Cosmic horror, and the Cthulhu Mythos
Sorry Not Sorry
A Writer's Journey
A Hopefully Formerly Depressed Human Vows To Practice Self-Approval
a 100-word story every day
ROBERT LAMBERT JONES III