Category: humor

Book Review: MEDDLING KIDS, by Edgar Cantero

MEDDLING KIDS is a new novel by Edgar Cantero. This is not your parent’s Scooby-Doo, and yet, this book is perfect for your parents who were fans of Scooby-Doo! Here’s the thing. I had a tough time remembering I wasn’t reading a Scooby-Doo mash-up novel. So even though I was reading names like Peter, Nate, […]

Writing in the 1990s

“When I went to school, we walked both ways. Uphill. In snow!” It was around 1992 when I took my writing serious. Since I was fourteen years old, the goal was to become a novelist. It was when I turned twenty-two I realized if I didn’t submit material I’d written, I could never reach that […]

A Night At Pineapple Jacks–Me and Eight Girls

You know, in my first blog, I “changed the names to protect the innocent.” But you know what? If you made your way into one of my blogs, chances are there’s nothing innocent about you. Chances. But regardless. (Or as some people I know mights say, irregardless …” As a novelist, I am often asked […]

Quick & Crazy Straws

It’s hard to say at what age I started drinking. Ten or eleven seems right. I could take full responsibility. After all, it was me that choose drinking. But I also blame Mark. Well, Mark’s parents really. See, Mark’s parents went out every weekend. All summer long. And all summer long my brother and I […]