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Edward Jacoberg: A Horror Story

October 9, 2017
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This story is our latest entry into our Humor Meets Horror Month. We love when Maria Roth comes to visit HO. She is a talented writer in so many genres. Enjoy this chilling tale!  …

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More Adventures in Knotty Knitting

September 21, 2017
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More Adventures in Knotty Knitting

Knitting is a legal addiction. It’s relaxing and it’s fun. You can make pretty things that way, too. The problem is, to make pretty things you must FINISH whatever you are making. I know this.…

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TATTLE TALES: Lock Her Up!

August 8, 2017
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  May 5, 1897 – Police Gazette News The Enchanted Forest Police issued a restraining order today against a Gold E. Locks. The plaintiff, Mom E. Bear filed the complaint after finding the culprit in…

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TATTLE TALES: A Passage from the Prince’s Diary

July 20, 2017
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Dearest Royal Diary: I feel I’m at the end of my journey. There are only several fair damsels left to grace with my presence. It’s been the most arduous task I’ve ever performed. I’ve never…

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MORE Family History!

May 27, 2017
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It is important to know our roots, to understand how we became the people we are. Compared to my ancestors, I’m normal. Popular belief holds that spaghetti was discovered by Marco Polo during his travels…

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Not So Rockin’ New Year’s Eve

January 2, 2017
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I didn’t bother to make plans for New Year’s Eve. I’ve lived in Richmond for a short period of time and have yet to make the kind of friends I wanted to welcome 2017 with.…

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Adventures in Knotty Knitting

October 14, 2016
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Adventures in Knotty Knitting

Knitting. noun. A highly addictive activity which, with luck, produces wearable apparel. I’m a good knitter, if you don’t ask me to make anything too complicated. I’m a whiz at things like scarves, winter hats,…

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Humor Meets Horror — BARTLEY’S GUESTS

October 5, 2016
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His name was Bartley Crowfield. He was working late. He was a scientist working on a machine that would simultaneously induce a coma, feed the patient, give him a foot massage, perform Reiki and give…

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Secrets of a Slow Writer with ADD

September 10, 2016
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Writers often publish advice about how to write. I’m not going to do that – well, at least not this time. I don’t know what I might do tomorrow, let alone a year or two…

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The Voice, Italian Style

August 30, 2016
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Inspired by a takeout dinner of fettuccine alla primavera Forget Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli and Josh Groban. When it comes to Italian and Neapolitan songs, you don’t have to look any farther than me. I…

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