Anthony Being responsible hasn’t gotten me anywhere in life. My girlfriend left me for another guy. My career is over. I feel like I’ve lost everything. Then I meet Sway Swenson. She’s sexy, fun, spontaneous, has zero inhibitions, and thinks relationships are a waste of time. Just like me. She’s perfect for getting me back […]
Bjorn Swenson did not have to come back. Mounds View had already beaten its quarter-finals team in the 2A state tournament class. After winning the first set of his No. 1 single game against Lakeville South's Hunter Roseth, Swenson's game went south. He lost the second set 6-0 and trailed 5-2 in the third. With […]
I was in fifth grade. My father, brother, and I went to the local video store while we were waiting for our Mountain Mike’s Pizza order to be finished up. I wandered off down the video store aisles when I stumbled upon a VHS tape with a blond woman making a provocative face on the […]
A saying most of us have heard at least once. And there are different versions of it in different languages, many times in one way or another using books as a metaphor. I have always felt this to be a little weird when it comes to real books. Yes, there are a lot of great […]
It is a marvel how personally the Bible applies. The words pointedly address the concerns of long-ago people in faraway places, facing specific problems, many of which no longer exist. They had no difficulty seeing the application. Much of what they read was personal application to actual situations they were facing. But nothing in the […]
TIP! If you are creating a website, make sure you view your site in different browsers. You have to make sure that you’re seeing your site through the eyes of all customers. It can be both exciting and frightening to design your website, especially if are not very experienced on the subject. Apply the advice […]
The Best and Worst of WWE Stomping Grounds, featuring a great undercard and way too much Lacey Evans.
(A selfie I took in 2011 for a challenge) I broke the rules of just five minutes of writing with this one. I felt the need to just free write and not pay attention to this rule. I’m sure I’m not the only one who does this. I did go back and insert parentheses to […]
I saw this brief Q&A on reading – the subject for Saturday 22nd June being Matt Haig, more on whom below – in this weekend’s Guardian Review, and I found myself answering with my own bookish experiences and preferences. I often do this sort of thing – respond internally to the mini-interviews in papers and […]
My longest digital experiment/ playground is 15 years old today! There will be a party but around October. I had decided to postpone. The 10th year party was a big hit and I feel like the 15th one should be even a bigger hit. Let me first settle in Istanbul. Nowadays are so hectic I […]
What if you owned a computer that was a hundred million times faster than the one you have now?
I’m not going to do a pros and cons thing like I do with so many posts. Editors are a worthy investment. I’m going to break down the perks of working with one and how to find the perfect editor for you. I always say, “write for yourself, edit for the world.” What I mean […]
Good Morning everyone! Thank you for joining us today for Verity Buchanan’s interview! I’m very excited to host this young lady on my blog today, and hope you will enjoy hearing about her debut novel, The Journey, coming soon from Ambassador International! Welcome Verity! First, tell us a little bit about your new release. What […]