It's Halloween, time for so many good things. Horror movies. Scary stories. Cool random gothy items in the Dollar store. But it just wouldn't be Halloween without the candy. Which got me thinking about which sorts of candy the guys in PsyCop are into... Victor Bayne Vic likes chocolate, but is also leery of ending … Continue reading Candy is Dandy – Halloween Scare Trail
This past summer, I randomly purchased a seasoned salt, not knowing it would totally rock my world. All summer long, Lawry's Fire Roasted Chile & Garlic made plain chicken breast actually palatable. And since it was my new favorite seasoning, as it got lower, I kept my eye out to buy some more. I couldn't … Continue reading Spice Victory
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From my blog archives circa 2014. I was working on Forget Me Not at the time...I loved the way the toilet paper scene came out! So, I'm working on edits and I see where I had a character show up from a trip to a warehouse club with a massive shrink-wrapped block of toilet paper. … Continue reading That’s a Wipe!
I have an appointment at the car dealership today, and I just had the random passing thought, What if I accidentally showed up in my bathing suit? Because usually when I go somewhere in the middle of the day, it's the pool. Then I thought, And what if my mechanic is wearing this thing I … Continue reading Mechanical Issues
I was flailing around in the pool today at water aerobics. I don't teach anymore...I'm enjoying myself as a participant again. (This is a very good thing.) Anyway, I was tooling along when I realized I could go a little harder. And then I thought, "What if we were all wearing heart rate monitors and … Continue reading What would you do for $100?
October is my favorite holiday month, ’cos I'm all about Halloween! Come hear me read a ghostly Halloween snippet from Everyone's Afraid of Clowns, a Halloween PsyCop tale. Did you know PsyCop Briefs features TWO Halloween shorts? And did you know that while some of the shorts were collected from my past newsletters, nearly a third … Continue reading Halloween and Ghost Stories