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All I want for Valentine’s Day is…

February 13, 2018
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Valentine’s Day used to hold such romantic feelings for me. I can remember back in high school my fellow female students would look forward to see if the boys we liked (usually from one of…

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Val-ANT-ine’s love from the pests

February 9, 2018
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I’m guilty—I haven’t done anything really thoughtful for my wife in a long time. On the Sunday before Valentine’s Day, she woke up from another nightmare. She told me that in her bad dreams I’m…

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A Valentine Story – Love and Romance in Aisle 7

February 8, 2017
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Author’s note: Since it’s almost Valentine’s Day, I thought I would celebrate with a true story about love and romance. Sometimes you never know when or where love will find you, as this story proves.…

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Excerpt from Forever,Montana by Deb Martin-Webster

January 9, 2017
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Another book excerpt this week!  This one from Deb Martin-Webster. Her third in her Montana series and this one is called Forever, Montana.  (check out Love, Montana and Always,Montana too)Deb is also sponsoring a contest…

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HumorOutcasts Radio – Interview with Deb Martin Webster

October 21, 2016
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This week’s guest was Deb Martin-Webster, and we had a blast talking about her romance-western novels Love, Montana, Always, Montana and the newly released Forever, Montana  which continues the story of the Montana clan. Also,…

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Sex Writing for Budding Eroticists?

August 29, 2016
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I get some odd writing and consulting requests. Believe it or not in the last six months, three writers have asked me to teach them the ins and outs of writing graphic scenes for their…

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TireMatch.com #9

August 27, 2016
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Artwork by Eli Connaughton. Idea/text by Bill Spencer.

Eli Connaughton as artist website: http://www.chickenwisdom.com/

Eli Connaughton as writer website: http://www.eliconnaughton.com/

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Bill Spencer

Bill Spencer's humor writing has been published by Funny Times, Narrative magazine, Reader's Digest, The Sun, The Inconsequential, Clever magazine, Defenestration, The Short Humour Site, Hobo Pancakes, and Nuthouse. He has also published scholarly articles on the novels of Cormac McCarthy and is co-author of an unproduced screenplay, "Angel Pays a Visit." He lives in a cabin in the mountains of North Carolina with his wife, artist-poet Carolyn Elkins.

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I, Neanderthal

July 23, 2016
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According to the latest scientific findings, almost everyone outside of Sub-Saharan Africa has some Neanderthal in their DNA. I sent my DNA to The National Geographic’s Genographic Project, and, according to my results, I am…

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If Someone Like Me Wrote a Romance Novel …

July 2, 2016
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I would like to say it was his eyes that caught my attention the first time I saw him. He had eyes like two blue guillotines, which could slice through my soul and leave me…

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TireMatch.com #4

February 27, 2016
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Artwork by Eli Connaughton. Idea/text by Bill Spencer.

Eli Connaughton as artist website: http://www.chickenwisdom.com/

Eli Connaughton as writer website: http://www.eliconnaughton.com/

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Eli Connaughton

Bill Spencer

Bill Spencer's humor writing has been published by Funny Times, Narrative magazine, Reader's Digest, The Sun, The Inconsequential, Clever magazine, Defenestration, The Short Humour Site, Hobo Pancakes, and Nuthouse. He has also published scholarly articles on the novels of Cormac McCarthy and is co-author of an unproduced screenplay, "Angel Pays a Visit." He lives in a cabin in the mountains of North Carolina with his wife, artist-poet Carolyn Elkins.

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