Journal of a barely post-Luddite Miranda.
While my publication credits include non-fiction and poetry, I write romantic suspense and magic realism.
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Lol! :DI love it...
The vampire, which was not seen by anyone else, apparently let her get away.I think you can be let off until you start putting vampires in your books.
A delicious hoot, Raine! Dave immediately thought of the ghosts from D&D causing people to drive off the road.At the moment, I don't intend too, Fairy.
This is right up there with the much heard line -- "THAT TREE just jumped out in the middle of the road and hit my car!"
wotta maroon! :P lolwhy loop the stupid video? :(
happy dominion day! [i hate that 12 clowns were able to change it!][nor do i like the pearson pennant...]
Oh dear. If people are seeing vampires on the interstate, then the Zombie Apocalypse is right around the corner!
Really spiteful, those trees, Dave!I always thought "Dominion" had such a nice ancient right to it, LW. "Dominion from sea unto sea"-- so apt.Happy Canadoody Day to you too. Maybe time to lay in a flamethrower, SRN
i'll drink to that... [i have straight tomato juice] :D
That's priceless. I suspect that being tired and having a 'waking dream' e.g. being asleep at the wheel was more at fault than actual vampires...after all, a true vampire wouldn't have let her get away, lol!
I suspect you are right about a waking dream, Written!
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