Thursday, November 15, 2012

Hey, Mr. Spammer!

Just wanted to say hello and tell you how much I appreciate you stopping by my little home on the web.  The unrelentless jibberish you keep trying to leave me would warm the cuckolds of someone's heart if it had an opportunity.  But it doesn't.  At least not here. 
I don't have issues with my libido and don't require a penile implant, penile extender, or any other thing penis related.  I don't have a penis and the penises I'm acquainted with don't have any problems that I'm aware of.  Ultimately, I don't have any desire to help you advertise anything penis related.  You see, I run the penis brigade up in here.  Not you.  As well, I have no interest in links to knock-off shoes, pleather handbags, clothing made in China, or any of the other assorted items you've been leaving on my comment pages.  So you might want to knock it off with the knock offs!
Mr. Spammer, I'm thinking that at some point you and your employees who have nothing better to do with their time than to go from blog site to blog site trying to get attention might take notice that none, and I mean NONE, of your unlimited posts ever see the light of day on my blog site.  I have comment moderation for a reason.  But since it would seem that rocket science is necessary for you to understand that I'm not interested and my readers aren't interested, I figured I'd clue you in with some rocket science.
You really don't need to waste any more of your time, or mine.  As long as comment moderation is available, not one word of your drivel will ever see the light of day on any page I have control over.
As always, Mr. Spammer, it's been a pleasure.  Now you might want to consider getting a life.

Thursday, November 08, 2012

Trevin Hunte - The Voice

Baby boy is only eighteen-years old with the spirit and a voice of someone twice his age. He moved me and inspired quite the love story.  Boys didn't come like this when I was eighteen!  I am definitely enamored.  Enjoy!

Saturday, November 03, 2012

NaNoWriMo 2012!



Celebrating National Novel Writing Month Wake County regional libraries are hosting a variety of lectures and workshops on the art of writing.  If you have a chance don't miss out on an opportunity to talk to some wonderful authors and share your experiences with the art of writing.

Write Ins on Thursdays Cameron Village Regional Library
November 1, 8, 15,& 29, 5:30 p.m.
NaNoWriMo participants gather to work on their novels.
Call 919-856-6710 to sign up.

Writers’ Panel Discussion
Eva Perry Regional Library
Saturday, November 10, 2 p.m.
Join area authors Belea Keeney, Robin Greene and Val Nieman for an insightful discussion about the writing process and getting published. Afterward, authors will be glad to answer your questions.
Call 919-387-2124 to sign up.

Telling a Great Story!
East Regional Library
Sunday, November 11, 2 p.m.
Enjoy Romance Author Deborah Fletcher Mello's presentation followed by a laid-back chat with the author and other fellow writers.
Call 919-217-5300 to sign up.
Writing a Good Blog: Tips for Writing Social, Political and Personal Essays on the Web West Regional Library
Thursday, November 15, 6:30 p.m.
Join a discussion with local authors and bloggers Stacey Cochran and Alice Osborn as they share best practices for creating, writing, and publishing in the "Blog" format.
Call 919-463-8500 to sign up.
Creating Memorable Characters and Ideas!
East Regional Library
Sunday, November 18, 2 p.m.
Enjoy Inspirational Fiction Author Alice Wisler's presentation followed by a laid-back chat with the author and other fellow writers.
Call 919-217-5300 to sign up.
Building Stories by Asking Questions
Cameron Village Regional LibraryMonday, November 19, 6:30 p.m.
Local author Mark L. Van Name will lead an hour-long interactive session in which he’ll show how a simple game - ask the next question - can prove to be an invaluable tool for creating stories.
Call 919-856-6710 to sign up.
Everyone's A Poet
Southeast Regional Library
Monday, November 19, 7 p.m.
Get inspired with Dr. Shannon Jonas, Professor of English from Shaw University and published poet, as he discusses how to write poetry and getting published.
Call 919-662-2250 to sign up.

Find Your Inspiration!
East Regional Library
Monday, November 19, 7 p.m.
Enjoy fiction Author Tiphani Montgomery's presentation followed by a laid-back chat with the author and other fellow writers.
Call 919-217-5300 to sign up.