A big welcome to my next Ghostly Writer from Plaisted Publishing House – Lynn Mullican. Interview questions: Why did you decide to write? It’s just something I have always done and enjoyed. It’s in my blood. What do your family and friends think of your writing life? Most of my family and friends are excited for me. They know it’s […]
It is my great pleasure to welcome K. M. McFarland to my blog today. Fellow author, and contributing participant in this year’s Ghostly Writes Anthology: The Thinning Veil (A short story by K. M. McFarland from Ghostly Writes Anthology 2018.) When you make a deal with Papa, he always keeps his end of the bargain, but you better be damn […]
Here’s my entry for Colleen’s weekly poetry challenge. It’s been ages since I’ve been able to take part due to long working hours, etc, but seeing as it is nearly Halloween I couldn’t resist! For Haunt I chose lair, and for spell I decided upon trick. Hope you enjoyed my Tanka…. THIS IS THE PRE-ORDER LINK…WE ARE HOPING THE BOOK […]
This week the prompt words are eerie and costume but there’s a catch, Colleen has asked us to use synonyms. To join in Colleen’s challenge follow the link: https://colleenchesebro.com/2017/10/24/colleens-weekly-poetry-tuesday-challenge-eerie-costume/ Here is a relevant passage from my novel The Curse of Time – Book 1 – Bloodstone to set the tone for the poetry. I sensed a change in the […]
This is for all of you have come under the threat of the spam monster. It has been quite a problem recently for several bloggers, our well intentioned comments not appearing on blogs…. So I wrote this little poem with that and Halloween in mind. The Spam Monster It’s all hallows eve, You’ve no time for a pet peeve, The wretched spam monster making curds, Of your well thought out words. He insidiously turns your comments into mush, Sweeps them all away with a hot-wired brush, He’s all wires and circuitry, His gadgetry puts you into purgatory. But, don’t fret, don’t worry, help is at hand, The Happiness Engineers Askimet band, Party together, they’ll help you out. No need to storm, stamp, and shout! Stick your perky pumpkin by your computer, Light it with a ferocious candle to neuter, That bloody spam monster with his big hooter, Mr snooty, snotty, snooper. © Marjorie Mallon 2016 – aka, Kyrosmagica. All Rights Reserved. If you need any help with this problem Hugh has written a great post how to contact the Askimet engineers – here’s the link: Hughs Views And News: What To Do If your Comments Are Ending Up in Spam Folders Bye for now, Hope you liked the silly poem!
It’s been a busy first week of bloody blogging so here’s a handy summary in case you missed anything. Wouldn’t want that would we!? (Titles link to the posts) Horror October Week 1 (1st – 7th) Welcome to Horror October 2016 Flash Fiction Battle – Vote Now Review: Revisiting An English Ghost Story Review: […] via #HorrorOctober 2016: Week 1 Round-up — Lipsyy Lost & Found Reblog via Lipsyy, sadly I am too busy doing final edits, and have just started a new job, so will be mainly sharing reblogs of my favourite posts in October.
No, this isn’t an invitation to a Halloween party on my blog, not quite! Tee hee nearly fooled you didn’t I? But it is a celebration of sorts, a Happy Halloween, and a bunch of stuff and nonsense that I’d like to share with you. So keep on reading – there are details about a couple of Halloween parties at the […]
Happy Halloween!!! To celebrate I’d thought I’d share with you some of the challenges and my favourite blogging activities I have done this October highlighting my Halloween Themed posts in case you’ve missed them: So let’s start off with some photography challenges. I’ve recently joined Instagram https://instagram.com/kyrosmagica/ as has my friend and fellow blogger Hugh over at Hugh’s Views and News. Hugh wanted […]
I’m joining in Susanna Leonard Hill’s Halloweensie Writing Contest as this looked a bit of fun, what with my blog theme this month being Halloween stuff and nonsense!! The word limit is just 100 words, excluding the title, so given that I decided to write a poem, which is a bit of a challenge for me as apart from writing haikus […]
This Monday I’m doing something a little bit different for #MondayBlogs I’m exercising my word muscles with the intention of entering into Chris the Story Reading Ape’s 79 Words story challenge. The next 79 story challenge entries will be going live soon – I’ve been a bit quick off the racing block – the shot gun hasn’t been fired just yet, so check […]