Birds sing out to the sunrise
Nighttime slinks away
Better than the original?
Pouring out coffee
Provides a quick rush
Another Thursday and some more cool posters.
I’m still not sold on this movie.
Batman is my favorite superhero, but I honestly don’t like him when he’s paired up with others.
I guess we will see how this movie is once it arrives.
Here are some posters to hold us over for a bit.
So, A, B, or C, which is the one for thee?
I am partial to A because Batman Begins is one of my big faves.
However, B and C really jumped out at me.
Guess it is a tie between them.
Wind swept afternoon
Limbs bend in the forceful air
Shifting leaves sideways
Talk about an iconic role.
I could find a lot of great quotes in this one.
“Game Over Man! Game Over!”
New Blog Post. Swing over if you need a bit of Christmas cheer! Yes, yes, yes, I know it is April.
A boy lost. A family desperate. It’s Christmas in a Zombie Apocalypse and Mike Beem is once again aiming for another Holiday miracle. His goal this year isn’t toys for the kids in the neighborhood. His goal this time is trying to save one small life so another family doesn’t have to suffer the way he suffered.
“Donny.” They shook hands. “We got trapped down here. We couldn’t go anywhere. We just -” He fell into a fit of tears, leaning against the side of the dumpster for support.
“We?” Mike asked, as the dumpster lid opened and the haggard face of a woman in her late twenties popped out of it.
Looking worse than the man, she shimmied out of the can and into the safety of her husband’s arms. They embraced – happy and safe until they realized something. A storm of worry simultaneously raced across both…
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Birds splash in puddles
Greedily bathing themselves
In the falling rain
Dark clouds open up
Fat raindrops fall to the ground
Spring flowers rejoice
Hot burning desire
Passion fueling their bodies
For more prompts like “burn” go here: Haiku Horizons
He put the phone back in its cradle and went downstairs to investigate. With a cautious ease, he opened the door that led into the garage, and flipped on the light. In the corner where he wanted to put the treadmill, there it sat, gleaming in a pool of light, all shiny and new.
Bob looked around the room, but there was no sign of a break in, no sign anyone had been here. The place was locked as tight as he had left it.
He went down the concrete steps to the floor.
He stopped and paused.
He looked around again.
“Impossible. This has to be some kind of a joke,” he replied, as he walked over to the machine. Sure enough, it looked just like the one in the ad.
While Bob stood there, he watched as the plug lifted off the ground. It turned, floated over to…
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Stormy grey skies slither in
Washing out the day
Soft white wild flowers
Standing tall in the short grass
Rustling in the breeze
New post. Have you seen this teaser? Pure Awesomeness.
I had something else planned for this Thursday, but after seeing The Last Jedi Teaser Trailer I had to readjust my posts to fit it in. So, today, let’s geek out to this brief footage and bask in the awesomeness of these posters. Enjoy.
Now, onto the posters.
So, A, B, or C, which is the one for thee?
I do love the look of B., a classic throwback. I love the fan art of C., but A. seems to draw me in the most. It is so simple, but it seems to say so much.
New blog post. Swing over and check it out today!
I honestly don’t plan for this to be a weekly feature. I only plan to do these posts sporadically to update my fellow blog readers about my stories lurking beyond the borders of mighty Amazon. It won’t be a long post so do not worry.
You can now find the stories below in EPUB on major places like Apple, Nook, and Kobo to name a few. So, if you don’t have a Kindle you can now get these stories for your selected E-Readers.
If you want to read some free stuff check out these links.
Thanks for reading.
Have a great day.
So many great moments in this one.
Hard to pick just one.
“Actually I think that was the same one.”
New post in my new blog.
This short story is about three men who risk life and limb in a Zombie Apocalypse in order to bring happiness to surviving kids on Christmas Morning.
5 out of 5 stars – I love zombies and I love Christmas ~ A winner!
5 out of 5 stars – A Cute Little Holiday Horror Story.
5 out of 5 stars – In a zombie world, there is a Christmas miracle.
Mike was sitting in his living room reading a Stephen King novel when he heard someone knock on the door. He grabbed his gun and walked over to answer it.
Mike stood about five foot eight, not too pudgy, not to lean. He was a runner before the world turned to chaos, a brick layer as his trade. He had brown eyes, a shaggy beard, and graying hair that needed to be…
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