Halloween True Story Spook

I’m participating in the Mojito Literary Society Countdown to Halloween True Ghost Stories blog tags, and I thought I’d repost here in my personal blog the ghost story I posted there. If you’re into true ghost stories, check out the Mojito Literary Society for true ghost stories from writers Maryanne Stahl, Ann Hogsett, Tina Whittle,Continue reading “Halloween True Story Spook”

Everything That Matters I Learned From My Tennis Instructor

I’m severely astigmatic, which goes a long way in explaining those traumatic adolescent experiments in sports that my teachers put me through.  And I don’t mean just the usual traumatizing gym class so overplayed in teen movies, even though I had plenty of those teen-movie angst moments, like when my American peers thought to welcomeContinue reading “Everything That Matters I Learned From My Tennis Instructor”

Fake Reviews and blah, blah, blah

One of my favorite students said, “That’s the problem with Amazon Reviews: they should not call them Reviews; they should call them Opinions.” If you’re the soundbite kind of person, a Twitter type loving the 25 words or less kind of thing, this post is about this: I don’t like a star rating on aContinue reading “Fake Reviews and blah, blah, blah”