Monthly Archives: December 2011

Surely Six Sentences Scintillate

Sundays are one of the favorite days of the week not only for a welcome day’s rest, but for the opportunity to browse the internet. As a reader there is nothing better than discovering a new author who turns on … Continue reading


Should Six mean Sex?

Six Sentence Sunday is one way for readers to have a taste of many author’s writing without investing a lot of time. A reader can hop from blog to blog by accessing the Six Sentence Sunday listing and sample well … Continue reading


Should a Man Still Be Expected to Pay?

A segment on a national morning show got me thinking. Is it outmoded to expect a man to pay for a first date? Is it unreasonable for a man to expect something more than the pleasure of a woman’s company … Continue reading

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Dear 16 Year Old Me

  Too important NOT TO SEE.    “Dear 16 Year Old Me”   Lost best friend at 28 years old. He had so much life and potential. Such a waste. SO easily preventable. CLICK HERE:

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What More Horrific Than the Death of Your Child? Six Sentence Sunday

When We Were Amazing is about a lot of life transitions—a boy grows into a man, keeping secrets, ostensibly to save, drunk driving death of a spouse, the passing of a parent. But nowhere under heaven is there anything more … Continue reading