Burning Question #46: Eclipse

Originally posted on Vampire Maman:
Are you going to watch the eclipse tonight? Seriously folks, this is not trick. That is the Burning Question this week. Yes, this week is Burning Question #46. Yes, 46 out of 50 Burning Questions. Did any of you see the FULL the Solar Eclipse in September, 2018? I camping…

Christmas In Pinkerlee

Originally posted on cosistories:
Author’s Note: This is just a small non-canon glimpse into some future Christmas with my characters.  Isellta sat on the top step of the front porch. He set his feet on the next step down, bunching his knees up. He looked up at the sky. The moon was full. The stars…

Short Story Sunday: Green Man

Originally posted on Vampire Maman:
As Chloe walked her dog on the cold November morning, her mind turned to the holidays. Why was there yet ANOTHER remake of the Grinch? Why couldn’t they just leave it alone. No. Somebody just had to make another piss poor remake with another famous voice. She thought of how…

My Mom Blogs About Vampires

Originally posted on Vampire Maman:
? Seriously, I did date that guy, and more. What you share with your kids and what you don’t is up to your own comfort level. You don’t want to tell them everything. They don’t need to know it all. But you don’t want to tell them nothing. But this…

Are We Scared Yet?

Originally posted on MY ENDURING BONES:
A Little Trick and a Little Treat- you decide which is which. amm ? My favorite rendition of Poe’s ” The Raven “ ? ? However this is truly magnificent- Here is “The Raven”  read in all of it’s glory by James Earl Jones. ?

Open grave

Originally posted on musing:
Leslie made her visit to the cemetery, just like she’s done every week since her husband’s untimely death. Two years ago Tom was on his way home from work looking forward to a long Labor Day weekend get away with Leslie when a semi blew through a red light hitting his…

Abused

Originally posted on musing:
They say you only remember the good times in your life. It’s not always true. For two years that I went to a school for disabled children, and before I was main-streamed into public school, I only remember the unpleasant. Something that never should have taken place. Something very wrong. I…