Monthly Archives: June 2015
Dad won babysitting duties from everyone at the last poker game, so Uncle Bubba is taking us kids to the science center today. He’s running late, so we’re waiting for him to pick us up. Dad said if he wasn’t so busy doing the walk of shame this morning he would have been here by now. I asked Dad what the walk of shame was and he said that Uncle Bubba had eaten too many cookies last night and got a stomach ache. Read the rest of this entry
“Wyatt is too handsome for his own good, thinks dating is a sport and has yet to declare a major, much to my mother’s dissatisfaction.” Bo scratched at his beard. Being with Wyatt felt familiar. He was a good-looking kid who didn’t take anything seriously. It was clear the ladies loved him but he needed a little direction. “You know, he reminds a lot of Tyler.”
– Bo – Executive Desires
Name: Wyatt Connelly
Parents: Bonnie & Buck
Where I Attend
I’m happy to present my interview with Rhonda Laurel. Her book is Tempting Fate.
(blurb and excerpt below)
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Hi Rhonda, Thanks for stopping by to talk a little about your writing! Let’s jump right in.
When did you begin writing and why?
I began writing in college as a way to pass the time in between classes. I wrote a short story and sent it to a magazine hoping to get some free criticism from an editor and to my surprise they accepted it for publication. That was the spark that ignited my interest in being an author. It was decades later that Ebb Tide was published but in that time I kept working on my craft. I like to write because it allows me to tap into the worlds in my head and I get the share what my imagination conjures up with my readers.
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“You think you’re the only Jamison getting lucky these days?”
“Unlike my good friend John Jacob, my foot doesn’t slip.” Bo Sr. winked.
– Bo and Bo Sr. – Executive Desires