An Interview with Belial from The Demon Always Wins

Posted Sep 28 2018

Today I’m going to ask you to jump over to Ink and Magick to read an interview with Belial fromThe Demon Always Wins. His interviewer is a saucy young witch with scant respect for a venerated demon. D. Lieber, the owner of Ink and Magic, told me it’s the only guest interview she’s ever read where she laughed aloud. And […]

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Welcome!

Posted Feb 2 2014

Same book, new cover!   Whatever the wager, this demon always wins… Seven short weeks. After beating his boss at the poker table, ambitious demon Belial must appease Satan, so he takes on a new bet. If he can get God’s champion to curse God, aloud and in public, within the agreed timeframe, Hell gains […]

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Web Wednesday: God and Dog

Posted Nov 18 2009 in

To see more works by Wendy Francisco, check out her website.

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Blog Success Story

Posted Nov 17 2009

Elizabeth Stelling, aka Chef E, author of seven (this woman is seriously demented) blogs, including TMI and Food Poetry, has been recruited by KGNU, out of Boulder, Colorado to read her poetry on their “Crops to Cuisine” show. To hear her maiden performance, go to the KGNU schedule, and select the “Metro” listing at 3 […]

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My Little Town: 17 Bumper Stickers

Posted Nov 16 2009 in

On the way to work the other day, I followed this pickup truck. Most of his bumper stickers weren’t memorable, but two caught my attention. The first said: Rosie O’Donnell AmericanJane Fonda TraitorCindy Sheehan Bitches and I thought, Cindy Sheehan? Really? Because it seemed a little harsh to lump a woman who lost her son […]

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Fiction Friday on Hiatus: Old Joke #23

Posted Nov 13 2009 in

(Fiction Friday is on sabbatical until NaNoWriMo is over.) In its place, an old joke I found lying around: A young bride and groom are undressing on their wedding night when the bride notices that her new husband has very odd-looking knees. “What happened?” she asks. “I had the kneesles,” he says. “Don’t you mean […]

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My Little Town: Seen at My Local Kroger

Posted Nov 11 2009 in

So which is this? The “buy one” or the “free one”?

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A Raisin Chronicles First: NaNoWriMo Pool

Posted Nov 9 2009 in

The working title of my work-in-progress is At the Seams. It is about a middle-aged woman whose life is coming apart at the aforementioned seams. Here’s the first paragraph: Looking back, I place the blame for the whole debacle squarely where it belongs: on the AARP. If they weren’t so stinking efficient, delivering their welcome […]

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“X” is for Xenophobia

Posted Nov 8 2009

I was on the treadmill Friday at the gym, watching the coverage of the Ft. Hood shootings on the overhead TV’s, when the woman walking beside me said something about ragheads. I don’t know this woman well, but we’ve gone to the same gym for 7 years and I’ve always liked her. My jaw dropped. […]

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Fiction Friday: NaNoWriMo Angst

Posted Nov 6 2009 in

In an impetuous moment, much like the ones that resulted in my first two marriages, I decided to sign up for National Novel Writing Month. For those of you who don’t know what that is, and are curious/interested, check it out here. Briefly, you sign up to write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days. […]

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