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One Part Inspiration, Two Parts Crackpot

Frequent visitors to my home office (or, as my impertinent family likes to call it, “the dining room”) will be familiar with my wall of horror: a large cork board upon which 2D victims of my amusement are impaled with thumb tacks. Perhaps not the best preprandial artwork to peruse. Also: the reason we don’t eat in the “dining room”. There, I keep pictures and lyrics, sketches and quotations, scribbled notes and to-do lists that look like I stole them from Dahmer (fix …

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Stalking Marnie

Greetings to my new readers. Before we begin, I offer you the following pro-tip: Zombies can’t crouch, and they’re piss-poor climbers. How do I know this? I have bad knees. But AJ, what the crap does that have to do with zombies, you ask? Follow my logic: zombies are reanimated dead people. I am alive. Therefore, no matter how bad my knees are, they must be better than dead knees, no? Humour me, or rub this Ben Gay clockwise on my kneecaps. …

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I Prefer to Call it “Artistic Temperment” *cough*

I’m trying to love you, stop ruining it by talking!

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Romancing the Ghost in the Grey Cells

1) I should never mention the name Hemingway aloud, especially in the vicinity of palm trees, and 2) Papa’s afterlife-aim sucks. My ghost would have totally smoked Hemingway’s big head, just sayin’.

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