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The Little Guy: An Unconscious Love Story

January 28, 2015
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The Little Guy: An Unconscious Love Story

I’ve lived long enough now to confirm Jung’s and Freud’s theory of the existence of the unconscious, and I believe I’ve figured out how to better understand it. What I’ve realized is that it helps…

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Romancing The Feds

July 31, 2014
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Romancing The Feds

SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK     I’ve spent a lot of time looking into what the US government spends money on. In fact, you could say I’ve spent so much time on their spending that…

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Q & A With Deb Martin-Webster, Author of Always,Montana

June 24, 2014
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This month, Shorehouse books released Always, Montana by Deb Martin-Webster. This new novel is the sequel to Deb’s Love, Montana. In this installment, Deb reacquaints the reader with the characters who weaved the story of…

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The Things We Do For Love

May 29, 2014
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The Things We Do For Love

I openly admit I’m a Dancing with the Stars groupie.  I stayed up to watch the 2-hour finale and like many of you hoped Meryl and Maks would win the coveted Mirror Ball trophy –…

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HumorOutcasts Radio – Interview with Deb Martin Webster

April 20, 2014
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HumorOutcasts Radio – Interview with Deb Martin Webster

In just a few weeks, Always, Montana, Deb Martin-Webster’s sequel to Love, Montana  will be released by Shorehouse Books.  So, this week on HumorOutcasts Radio, Deb and I discussed the new book and she gave…

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A Valentine Message, Or Else

February 14, 2014
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A Valentine Message, Or Else

I’m going to tell you a secret: A secret that will seem stunning, coming from a man who writes romance novels: I’m not romantic. At all. This comes as no surprise to my wife, I’m…

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Some Ups And Downs But Their Love Is Stronger Than Steel

November 20, 2013
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Some Ups And Downs But Their Love Is Stronger Than Steel

It’s sad when you read stories about people being taken for a ride.  But if this story is legit, this would be a happy event.  A woman named Linda Ducharme in Florida (and this stuff…

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Tarantula Dating in the 21st Century

October 6, 2013
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First, there were the Cicadas shedding their skin and grossing out the non-bug loving world, and now there are tarantulas – horny tarantulas to be precise who are looking to find a mate and take…

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PAM Is Not Just for Cooking Anymore

September 27, 2013
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PAM Is Not Just for Cooking Anymore

Florida: home of Disney, crocodiles and apparently some really, really stupid people. A Florida woman was arrested and charged with domestic battery after hurling PAM cooking spray and bottles of Olive Oil and other kitchen…

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The Ultimate Proposal

April 20, 2013
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While perusing the online news, an interesting human interest story caught my attention.  It was about a man who decided to propose to his girlfriend through a crossword puzzle.  It was not any crossword puzzle.…

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