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A poet's meal: Oven baked


Mornings are gloriously greeted,
with infinite calls from the kitchen.
Sumptuous melting words lingered,
in tongue filled ideas.

The aroma of a steaming fresh thought,
teases the hungry air for more.
Breath of sweet finger-licking fantasy,
of fragrant living letters.

Inspirations are recipes of dreams,
slowly awakened to life.
Delicacies once surreal,
now walked the roads of existence.

Creation of immortal freedom,
full of expression and vivacity.
Journeys becoming legends,
of living and working passion.

As the clock reverberates sentience,
to this - oven baked poem.
Famined readers impatiently crave,
for the bountiful luscious feast.

Offered generously - wisdom filled
picturesque sagacious meal.
A home cooked masterpiece
this humble poet's satisfaction.

Poetry Friday

Check out Poetry Friday at JuliaWard's "A Blinding Heart." This week we have Roy of SugarcoatedWorld and yours truly.

Enjoy the weekend.

Thank you Julia for keeping our Poetry Friday alive.


Poetic Shutterbug


I am humbled by your words,
mine escaped.
Searched gifts for ladies and lords,
of various shapes.

Awards fit not to honor you,
but permanent links.
Icon of a friendship that is true,
not a childish wink.

Garden playgrounds with fields of gold,
to start.
Memories awaiting endlessly to be told,
your work of art.

War Cry


Ions scatter minutely in the night,
chaotic dance in the thermosphere.
Starless night awaits - ever wary
from the grumblings of the western sky.

A jolt of wave excites each particle,
like a shimmering news of gamma rays.
Turning bright luminous fantasies,
the rebirth of an implosion of sorts.

A fearless zigzag of outburst,
thunderclouds of the god's galloping horses.
Signal of Thor's elegant frightful power,
to strike without prejudice - this earth declared war.

Less than a second, it proudly strikes,
catching the guiltless ground - aflame.
Silent warrior of a whim of a thought,
the cycle starts again.

JenaIsle of Gewgaw writings is willing to give 1000 EC credits to the person who can give the interpretation of this poem. Of course, I will be the judge of that. Good luck guys. Come on, this will be fun. There are no wrong answers. ;) Okay, I'll add another 1000 ECs.

3rd at Woof!

WOOF Contest – Top Picks

My congratulations to dragonblogger who claimed first place at the latest Woof contest! My warmest applause to the other entries. We'll just keep writing guys, that's all.


Dragon Blogger – “A Moment Spend For Me Alone” - Poem about a suicidal person's last moment.

Christable Anon – “myth” - The myth of life naked in the cold of December...

Zorlone – “Padyak” - "Escape is on thoughts of so many. If they are lucky to know a different life they can dream of it and try to take action. We don't really know how badly people want to escape until we see that ourselves or live that experience."-Alexandra Garland

Jennifer M Scott – “Elemental” - I went camping this past weekend and this is what I wrote.

About Writing

Izzy Daniels – “Remaining Consistent is Key To good Writing” - Why consistency is important, and how we can go about find ways to set up goals for ourselves to remain consistent.

Script / Short Story

Roy – “The Strongest Link” - A short script I wrote for my son's classroom presentation.

Jena Isle – “Go Home Yankees” - A story about an uncommon friendship.

Brought to you by PlotDog Press with the Serial Suspense Screenplay "Intervention"

(WOOF participants should re-post all the links above by next Monday. The following links may be excluded as long as you include all the above links.)

Presenting the finest of the writer’s blogs by the bloggers who write them. Highlighting the top posts as chosen by the May 22, 2009 WOOF Contest participants. Want in to join the next WOOF? The next contest ends May 29. Submit a link to your best writing post of the last 3 weeks using the form on this page. Participants, repost the winning link list within a week and you’re all set.

Other WOOF Contestants for 05/22/09

About Writing

Izzy Daniels – “Finding Time to Write in Our Busy Lives - Here are some creative ways to get the creative juices going, and keep them flowing which can sometimes be hard to do.

Izzy Daniels – “Using Google Reader to Improve Your Writing - How to use google reader to better your reading, and writing skills.


Roy – “For The One Who Walks In The Dark” - A short welcome poem I wrote for a new blogger friend.

mysticdave – “Memories” - Paint my memories the color of dreams, shade them with nuances,......

Dragon Blogger – “Salon Heroes” - Poem dedicated to everyone who has ever received a bad haircut or had to deal with the people who have.

Albert Ashok – “Still Life” - All that is still and time can not heal.

unknownwriter49 – “Cheap Scotch and Stale Cigarettes” - A slice of life.

The Ice King's Vow


Unravelled thoughts of misty fumes,
omnipresent vapors slowly consume.

A landslide of a passionate embrace,
drowns all, other emotions - disgraced.

A vow of unending splendor,
of delighted feeling and vigor.

The world shall be trapped in solid ice,
covered in glaciers of my desire - enticed.

I shall sacrifice this mortal kingdom for you,
this struggling fervor of tundra so true.

Fervent fury of this unending winter,
this frozen life I want to share with you forever.

This was an invitation to Jenn's poetry challenge

Describe love as ice. Don’t use the word “love” or “heart”

Shy Guitar


Looking from a gentle blue curtain,
movements frozen from view.
Unmoving like a patient mullein,
your skin losing its golden brown hue.

You gave birth to all my frustrations,
still modest in all your ways.
Turned them into inspirations,
hiding from the crowds prying gaze

Mornings and dawns bewilder our passion,
our voices transcend all exasperated demos.
Songs about loss, life, triumph, love and affection,
no walls thick enough to muffle our echoes.

Notes, chords, and melodies of existence,
the life of each song hangs on each strum.
Worn out lines on your nervous endurance,
to come out from your hidden worried chasm.

the picture was taken from Kelvin of

Trader's Hub

Traveling from blog to blog,
reading each post and reviews.
Found one named Trader's hub,
making friends - anew.

He calls himself BigdaddyRichard,
whose predicament got him stuck.
Conscious of his chosen backyard,
to you, he'll give his luck.

500ECs to send a short review,
out of all entries, 5 he'll choose from you.
And out of 5, he'll choose one.
to the 4 he'll give each a thou-sand.

Two hundred words to start,
just tell him his new template rocks!
The best gets icing and oh - a cake!
Wait, there's more, just wait.

I haven't told you the big prize,
a whopping 15000ECs at that.
So, no more element of surprise,
go ahead and buzz him to chat.


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Traders' Hub's "review me" Entrecard contest has grown bigger and better. The top prize now stands at 29,000 EC's and still growing. But much more than the giveaway prizes, the value of participating in this contest is worth your time and effort as a blogger. Inspired by the success of our Entrecard Droplist, we have decided to turn this contest into another link building/networking activity. Participation in this activity allows you to link to quality sites with higher page ranks and therefore improve your chances of getting a higher page rank yourself.  You may participate in three ways now!
  • (1) As a contest advertiser (new
  • Just post the Contest Badge by copying and pasting the code below anywhere in the sidebar of  your blog for the duration of the contest. By posting the contest badge in your blog you will receive 500 EC's plus you get 10 entries to win 10,000 EC's in a raffle to be held at the end of the contest period for all the contest advertisers.( Please do not forget to inform me via a comment on this post once you have posted the badge in your blog to make your entry official.)
  • (2) As a contest participant
  • All you need to do is make an honest to goodness review of Traders' Hub and post it in your site. The review must at least be 150 words long and must contain a link to this site (paste the required code link below) plus another link to any of the contest sponsors. Once you have posted your review go over to Trader's Hub and post a comment via the comment link below the blog contest post. Please include the exact URL of your post in your comment. Every entry wins you 500 EC's automatically. The best five reviews  will be chosen by bigdaddy in consensus with the other sponsors, and the top prize will be awarded to the winner who will be chosen using The four other non-winning qualifiers will get an additional 1,000 ECs each. The contest will run until June 30, 2009. Winners will be announced on the same day.
    Blog Review
  • (3) contest sponsor You just need to add up at least 500 EC's to the top prize. As contest sponsor you get your badge posted in in my site as well as in the sites of the other sponsors. On top of that, a participant will be required to link to any one or all of the contest sponsors of his/her choice. To be a sponsor, simply send me an email via entrecard stating the amount of EC's you wish to sponsor.
(Sites Where you find the contest badge.)

WOOF Contest – Top Picks


Webbielady – “If I Am God...” - What if I'm given the seat as the God of this universe just for a few hours or a day or a couple of days? A crazy though, a weird poem came out of it...

Jena Isle – “Poems of Adieu and Hello” - What would be more indelible in one's memory, is it saying adieu or hello?

Albert Ashok – “Concerning my land” - Concerning my land- is a concern for my country and the well-being of all concerned with my country.

Dragon Blogger – “A Mother's Love - A tribute to Mother's everywhere.

Roy – “Don't Ask Me Why” - A poem I wrote for my wife in 1999.

Christable Anon – “The Third Day of May” - How would you address your pain to some deaf wounds?

Zorlone – “Simply A Mother” - The joys of motherhood cannot be expressed in a single poem. But this one tries to have a glimpse of the beauty of such a devoted and unselfish love.

Jennifer M Scott – “Birthday” - 2 months to the day is my birthday and I will be 29 I guess getting older is bothering me some since it seems like I am writing a lot about getting older and losing childhood completely.

Brought to you by PlotDog Press with the Serial Suspense Screenplay "Intervention"

(WOOF participants should re-post all the links above by next Monday. The following links may be excluded as long as you include all the above links.)

Presenting the finest of the writer’s blogs by the bloggers who write them. Highlighting the top posts as chosen by the May 15, 2009 WOOF Contest participants. Want in to join the next WOOF? The next contest ends May 22. Submit a link to your best writing post of the last 3 weeks using the form on this page. Participants, repost the winning link list within a week and you’re all set.

Other WOOF Contestants for 05/15/09


Dragon Blogger – “The Hunt For The Pegasus - Poetry Prose about hunting for Pegasus to save his love.

Roy – “Can we really expect the unexpected?” - Just some words and phrases which have caught my curiosity and wondered if they were really being used correctly.

Dragon Blogger – “Lavender Rain” - Random word poem about mysterious Lavender Rain.

Jennifer M Scott – “Vacancy” - There is a old people's home near my house with a little sign that says "vacancy apply within" This sign inspired this poem.

Jennifer M Scott – “Haiku Series 18- Before Vacation” - I think the title says it all.

Jennifer M Scott – “Reflections” - An acrostic using the word reflections, it is about poem about childhood friends and missing that person.

Short Story / Flash Fiction

Zorlone – “Flood and Traffic are Tears and Choices” - Photographs, lies, love, and selflessness. A flash fiction of a moment in Star's life that left her clinging stranded in a flooded road.



Each stroke struggled to escape,
alternating smooth and rough roads.
Pedaled through stinging heat and insulting rain,
coins clinked from shallow pocket loads.

Passengers burdened - gifts unrelenting,
through steep alleys and flooded back streets.
Stomach growled while driving at wits end,
barking away at landmarks - aesthete.

Eyesores rushed earnestly though traffic,
hopes and dreams walked upon.
Struggled against fatigue and hunger,
tightly guarded spare change wisdom.

Stepped inside a sorrowful ride,
to destinations of forgotten passengers.
Sadness fueled a pathetic desperation,
called out and delivered laughter.

A push and prayer kept this moving,
life made easier to live - not here.
Toothless bites of authorities thrown,
refuge to such, year after year.

Forgotten moments desired to find,
flashbacks of enriching thoughts.
Wishing clueless and hoping for more,
to fly above heavens sought.

*definition of padyak found here

Thank you!


Gratitudes are pleasure cruises,

departing for holiday fun.

Sailing beyond boundaries,

to bring forth tales from the sun.

Sweet smiles and parading kisses,

given by ladies with crowns.

Waving endless thank yous,*

in their magnificent gowns.

Hands firmly shook gingerly,

each arm extended anew.

Traffic bestowed upon lines,

for speakers to say thank you.

A debonair stood up - head held high,

grabbed the mic and humbly said.

"I thank you for the nomination,

now let's make these words spread."

*I added an "s" to you for poetic drama (if such a phrase exists)

Miss Janette Toral started the "Top 10 Emerging Influential blogs for 2009 Writing Project" The aim of this endeavor is to look for new blogs that are gaining a considerable amount of readership and influence. She said further, "They also blog for various reasons such as expression of thoughts, sharing of knowledge and insights, events reporting or coverage, and some for profit."

Thank you for the nomination I got from Roy of Struggling blogger and Paul of Paulnatic.

As a blogger who now focus on creative writing, I humbly accept this nomination and perhaps be the voice of all the writers in my niche. 

I shall be adding more information to this list. 

Friendly Betrayal

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Vows of confident hues, 
friendship in colorful assortment.
Loyalties made come true, 
buddies with benevolent atonement.

Tiresome favors that accounts,
mere trivial pursuits and desire.
Loans surmount but grateful - still, 
unending promises to aspire.

Secrets kept in mystic tongues, 
through each other's trust - deciphered.
Vanishing crowds in an open bar,
sealed these secrets - encountered.

Spoken actions to forever conceal, 
yet, fate decided to uncover.
Truths that refuse to reveal,
all sharp but gentle reminders.

To continue reading, please follow this link to Poetry Friday at "A blinding heart."
Thank you Julia Ward for hosting another week of poetry. 

Flood and Traffic are Tears and Choices

"Loving someone, means knowing when to let go."

Star was preoccupied while driving. Her mind was in her apartment, she knew she had to be home for her boyfriend's phone call. Although he can reach her through her mobile, the clarity of calls were not as good.


"Damn!" she cursed. "Why does it have to rain now! It is so hot and humid this afternoon. No clouds!" she said to herself,  while failing to justify the weather.


She hit her steering wheel - open palms - while looking at the road that had started to accumulate with muddy water.

With all the construction going on, plus this torrential rain, traffic was expected.


It was five thirty pm on her watch; just about lunch time in Riyadh. She knew Windy would only be able to call her between shifts. It would be too late for her to talk to him if she waited for his night shift to end. And her work demanded that she reported early the following morning so she couldn’t stay too late in the wee hours .


"I'm gonna miss his call!" she complained.


She recalled the last conversation she had with him. It didn't end well. She frantically looked for an alternative route home.


Dead end!


There was no way she could turn around now, she was stuck in this road.


While in traffic she took out a picture from her purse.  It was dated three months ago. A couple gazed back at her from the glossy paper;  they were glued together in a warm embrace.


Her celfone rang.  The picture slowly slipped into her lap as – surprised- she recognized who the caller was.


The voice on the other  end was sad, "Hello Star?" spoke Windy. “No one was answering from your apartment...“


"I'm driving," she interrupted. "I need to tell you something now." Her eyes turned red and her voice croaked. "I want this relationship to end. I fell for another man," she rushed, while a tear fell from her left cheek.


"But, it was a mistake,” Windy pleaded. “We both made a mistake. I was lonely and she was there for me… I am not going to see her anymore. I love you,”  he continued. Star heard sobs from the other line as she maneuvered through the traffic.


"No!" she remained firm as she avoided a motorcycle. "I have decided. It's time we move on. I don't want to lie anymore. I am in love with another man.”

"But Star, please don’t say that..."



"No!!!” a more adamant tone interrupted Windy. “This time, I'm sure about this.”



She hurriedly pressed the phone’s red keypad, before Windy could react.  She was trembling like a fragile chain about to break. She couldn’t imagine she had said those hurtful words to him.


Up ahead, there was still traffic. The water was rising steadily. Her car wouldn’t be able to handle it.


She pulled over to the side of the road and made a phone call.


She left a message, "Jay, can I stay at your place again tonight?”


Her tears soaked the photograph on her lap as she sobbed silently,  waiting for her friend to arrive.


At the back of the picture was a short inscription:




I have never found a woman like you. You are my reason for living,  my beginning and my forever.


Happy anniversary Michele, my love.






A melodious tone rang from her cell. It was Jay!


Star, I’m on my way.  From the sound of your voice, I assume you broke it off with Windy. I’m coming sweetheart.”


“Thanks J-Jena! You are indeed my best friend.”


A cascade of  tears fell from Star’s eyes as her mournful cries were muffled by the deafening downpour of  rain from outside her car.


The names of the characters used in this story were from the bloggers who have given me blog awards. I know this story may not be enough to repay the honor you have given me, but I really appreciate them and this is how I would show my appreciation for your kindness. 


In order of appearance


Star  - A Maiden's Testimony

   A Maiden's Testimony

Windy - Windmill on the Hill

I thought that Bill was a nickname of Windy. I apologize for that. "To err is human..."


Michele - Poetic Expression

 Poetic Expression

Jena -  A campaign for non violence on tv and Gewgaw Writings

Number one at Woof, but not in poetry :(

My short story topped the woof contest. However, my poem was way below the ranks. I guess that type of poetry was not so popular after all. 

I will write more and improve on my style. Thank you very much for the votes!

"There was a 5 way tie for fifth place in poetry, and a two way tie for 3rd place in prose, so I published 4 poems and 4 prose," says webmistress of plotdog. 

Congratulations to the winners! I would like to extend my special mention to Webbilady, Izzy Daniels, dragonblogger, Jennifer Scott, and Roy.

WOOF Contest – Top Picks

Fiction / Short Story / Flash Fiction

Zorlone – “Insanity Road” - An Urban Legend about the outcome of trespassing a private road.

Webbielady – “Isn't Life Supposed To Be Meaningful?” - He was in the process of taking his own life... he's ready to die until some strange melody played over the air that made him do something....

About Writing

Izzy Daniels – “5 things you should learn before starting a blog - Some beginning bloggers have a view common ideas that they think blogging is linked to.  In this post, I let people know how to avoid these common issues.

Writing Nag – “A Perfect Day” - Can writing about what you want make it happen? Writing with intention and writing about your perfect day.


Christable Anon – “Memories” - Where did moths steal their wings from?

Dragon Blogger – “Honorless Man” - Rhyming poem made from random words about a man living a double life.

Jennifer M Scott – “four horsepowered heart” - A surreal poem includes a drawing by as well, welcome to my weird world.

Roy – “Man... I am - A poem about why real men shouldn't hide their own emotions...

(WOOF participants should re-post all the links above by next Monday. The following links may be excluded as long as you include all the above links.)

Presenting the finest of the writer’s blogs by the bloggers who write them. Highlighting the top posts as chosen by the May 8, 2009 WOOF Contest participants. Want in to join the next WOOF? The next contest ends May 15. Submit a link to your best writing post of the last 3 weeks using the form on this page. Participants, repost the winning link list within a week and you’re all set.

Other WOOF Contestants for 05/08/09

Fiction / Short Story / Flash Fiction

Jennifer M Scott – “A Portrait of Two Sisters” - A story of jealously and sisters.


Dragon Blogger – “Lord of Pain” - What can I say, a poetic interpretation over someone’s misery.

Christable Anon – “A room for Messie” - About every teenage girl who see her life in a mess yet love it the way it is...

Siddhartha Banerjee – “Stranger” - A traveler's tale.

Gaurav Saxena – “The evening pair - Man who looks at the world through the spectacles of love.

~willow~ - “... what goes around, comes around?" - A ruler expresses his displeasure, and metes out some apt justice.

Gabriel Gadfly – “Teetering” - Teetering on the border between good and evil.

Zorlone – “Recovery” - There are times we get lured by the broken promises of addiction. Yet, we struggle to rise above it and move on with what was left f the life it stole from us.

Jennifer M Scott – “Such is Our Story” - A poem of focusing on dreams with a cold heart and tears to get the sugar.

Jennifer M Scott – “Saunter and Sashay” - I wrote this poem after a bad day at work with someone she acts like she is god and I should  bow down before yeah freaking right.

Jena Isle – “A Gentle Touch” – What would be the gentlest of touch?

Non-Fiction / Prose

Ranjinap – “Social Bookmarking Websites to Blogger or Any Websites - Proper Social Bookmarking plays key role in Blogging Success.

Simply A Mother

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Life threatening - this new life revealed,

beyond pain from a labored ordeal.

Love of a perfect little angel - face-to-face,

born from unconditional love and grace,

Leisure on heavenly pleasures intensify

bridging together swaying soft lullabies, 

Lifts up mornings of delightful sceneries,

both undulating and unending cries of melodies.

Lover waking up to the calls of  dear attention,

boldly enduring all sleepless exasperations.

Lady of the house, a true life's passion,

beautiful joys of the sweetest inspiration.

Happy Mother's Day to my mom Luvy Bernardino

I love you!

Poetry Friday

There are two contributors for this Friday's session of poetry. 

Tight Embrace by Zorlone

Hiding behind normal... by Robin


Behind the curtain by Beloved Dreamer

I do hope that those who happen to read this post would click on this link to Julia's site. 

Please feel free to leave your comments on her site to show your support. 

Thank you very much!


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I inhaled a feeling of uncertainty,

braving the risks of a fleeting freedom.

Troubled thoughts that once consumed me,

to bathe in a sweet enthralled plasm.

Tiptoed blindly to a desperate addiction,

paraded in a zealous demeanor.

Engulfed by overwhelming satisfaction,

to forget a tangible human factor.

I inhaled this feeling of certainty,

to bathe in this sweet seduction.

I danced to the high it brought me,

this drug that fueled my imagination.

I swam in a shallow reef of desperation,

this body, wounded, bruised, tortured.

Paraded zealously in a guised fashion,

finally forgotten this tangible human factor.

I awoke, alone, hurt, and infinitely broken,

still bleeding from the hurt I once knew.

My drugs left me dry, this body - softened, 

a lesson painfully learned -  anew.

I inhaled a feeling of uncertainty.

Zorlone took second place at the Woof contest

I just got back from my trip. (You were right Jan, it was a road trip!) Too long for someone with so many ideas in his head to endure! Thank goodness for handheld devices to write down his thoughts. 

Anyway, I shall post a picture of where I have been, or at least try to. LOL. 

I will be answering comments asap.

Here are the results of the latest Woof contest. There was a three-way tie for third place on the poetry part of the contest. 

Congratulations to Roy for making it to the number one spot! There are a few other names that I know who made it to the list. Great job dragonblogger, izzy, webbielady, and jenaisle. 

WOOF Contest – Top Picks


Roy – “I have a hole in my socks....” - Concealing what's inside with smile... like a sock with a hole...

Zorlone - “The Modern Hercules” - Do you desire the perfect body? Then you have just surrendered to the vanity of the demon within you.

Christable Anon – “For my Brown Boy..” - Brown surrealism... a collage of thought process..

Sourik Banerjee – “Somewhere The Artist Still Remembers...” - This poem is a tribute to the enigmatic evening that the poet had spent with his ladylove for the first time...

Dragon Blogger – “Traffic Jam - Traffic Jam, a unique poem of love.

About Writing

Alex McGaughan – “Things Every Poet Should Know #1, “No-Nos”” - This is the first installment of a series offering advice to poets. This one is a discussion of some "crimes" often committed by novice poets.

Izzy Daniels – “Blogging or Writing…What is More Important?” - Sometimes we tend to walk a fine line between blogging and writing.  I do my best to highlight the differences.

Fiction / Monologue / Flash Fiction

Webbielady – “Confessions of a Devoted Sinner - How distracted he was and so he decided to take his concerns to the Highest Being...

Jena Isle – “Mickey” - A story of a young boy who played video games.

Brought to you by PlotDog Press with the Serial Suspense Screenplay "Intervention"

(WOOF participants should re-post all the links above by next Monday. The following links may be excluded as long as you include all the above links.)

Presenting the finest of the writer’s blogs by the bloggers who write them. Highlighting the top posts as chosen by the May 1, 2009 WOOF Contest participants. Want in to join the next WOOF? The next contest ends May 1. Submit a link to your best writing post of the last 3 weeks using the form on this page. Participants, repost the winning link list within a week and you’re all set.

Other WOOF Contestants for 05/01/09


Dragon Blogger – “Future Flash” - A poem about a grim potential future.

Dragon Blogger - “Mutant Graduation” – Random twitter poem inspired by x-men, even mutants graduate from school.

Dragon Blogger – “Where Has Love Gone” - Poem about relationship trouble and believing in a better end.

Jennifer M Scott – “Arson” - A poem not about arson or is it?

Jennifer M Scott – “A Summer Night in Spring” - The feeling of summer in a spring night.

Non-Fiction / About Blogging

Jena Isle – “SEO Sites to Maximize the Exposure of Your Articles” - How to maximize the exposure of your articles in your blogs.

Fiction / Monologue / Flash Fiction

Zorlone – “Difficult to Please” - A flash fiction about a barber in a new neighborhood who has been having a hard time getting customers. Find out why...

Jennifer M Scott – “Red Velvet Box” - An eccentric woman bequeathed her belongings to her niece including one of her special treasures.

Jennifer M Scott – “Saturday Night Decisions” - A story in exactly 100 words about an alcholic what does he do, make your own ideas.

Jennifer M Scott - “Dell and Patsy” - A writing prompt about a mother and daughter and the mother's obsession with weight.

Thank you very much!

It was over a month ago when I submitted my entry at Lainy's Hottest Blogoversay: Writing Competition Celebration.

Lainy’s Musings

My story, "My Blog Reconnected me to my Lost Son," was declared winner for the Reader's Choice and Best Story Teller Awards. The points were so close!

I would like to thank all of the bloggers who voted for me. It has been a nerve wracking experience, specially a few hours ago. LOL. I did not just win the contest, I gained new friends online too!

Again thank you very much!

I will be going out of town tonight and will be back on the 7th (EST). I still owe a lot of people my gratitude, you shall hear from me soon!

Here is the top seven from Lainy's contest:

Addendum: I might manage to find a computer once in a while to check on my mails and my blog. He he he. I'm addicted!

Top Droppers for the Month of April

I would like to thank the bloggers who dropped the most ECs on my site! I am very grateful to all of  you!

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