Tag Archive: Phyllis Moore

Happy Birthday

My girlfriend and I have birthdays a week a part. Each year, we celebrate together. Yesterday we went to lunch and a movie, Spiderman. In between, we stopped for cake and ice cream.… Continue reading

Sunday Trees: 401

Sunday Trees is hosted by Becca Givens and is all about trees. I’ve taken photos of trees where part of it looked like a face, but this is the first time a tree… Continue reading

Friendly Friday Photographs: Abandoned

Friendly Friday Photographs has a couple of hosts, this week it’s Things to Ponder About. Here is my photo on abandoned:  

Friday Fictioneer: Goddess Sleeps

She was never supposed to tell, but the secret was too great. She covered her eyes and slept. They built a town around her in her honor. Now it was time to wake… Continue reading

Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Tables or Chairs

This week’s Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge topic is any kind of table or chair. I chose a chair in my living room. It’s a rocking chair from my great-grandmother’s home. It’s covered… Continue reading

Destiny: My Favorite TV Shows.

It is said that TV will rot our brains. But I like TV. I was at lunch with friends who were proudly declaring they do not watch TV. Twice the conversation changed to… Continue reading

An Old Post

An old post has resurfaced. I’d forgotten about it until I notice that a few people have resonantly read it, so I checked it out. It’s The Gods of Tauger, the first draft… Continue reading

Destiny: Gods of Aghular

Naw was the first of the gods. He brought all other gods into existence. The gods are an important part of The Destiny Series. The series covers more than 4,000 years of Aghular’s… Continue reading

Destiny: One Story’s Evolution

My Haunted Bed & Breakfast started as a 500-word short story titled “Just Like Me.” Originally, the story started with her looking for an adventure and found a haunted house. I decided to… Continue reading

Destiny: Theodore Epperson’s Timeline

Three friends, Eric, Vinnie and Cody, work together at Miller Chevrolet. They’re friendship and love of zombies inspired me to write two short stories. They became the Miller brothers who accidentally find a… Continue reading

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