Wednesday Wanderings: Thor Fumbles, Bird Language, Summer Salads, and Help Kids Photograph Nature

Summer Salad

Even the God of Thunder has his moments. “I meant to do that!”

God of Butterfingers

Scientists may be learning how early hominids developed language. With the help of birds:

Bird Language

Need some new ideas for fresh salads for those hot summer days when you just don’t want to do a lot of cooking? Here you go:

Summer Salads

Help Your Kids Learn Photography This Summer:

Kid’s Photography

(Photo by Bob Donaldson/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/TNS from heraldextra.com)

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A short novelette set on a dystopain Earth after the climate collapses. Can the experimental food crops be saved from a survivor of the environmental disaster? Learn more here.

 

 

 

 

Coming in mid-August: “Circle Unbroken”, a science fiction novel. Kaili has come home to Geb, a planet rich in the minerals needed by a depleted Earth for her sister’s installment as head of the family mining business. When an old rivalry threatens the family, Kaili and her partner must use every talent at their disposal to save the company and the sisters’ lives.

Storytime: Five and Daemon, Part Four

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This should have gone up yesterday, but we were without internet for almost three days, so I was stuck. A day late, but here is part four.

 

Five and Daemon, Part One

Five and Daemon, Part Two

Five and Daemon, Part Three

 

 

Five and Daemon
by
M.A. Kropp

Part Four

Fran offered to show them how to get to Miss Lucy’s, since her shift at the diner was over.
“And I’m kinda curious now, “ she said, as they walked out of Essie’s. “You think Miss Lucy is peddling these demons or whatever on purpose?” She shook her head. “She seems like such a sweet old girl.”
“Those are the most dangerous ones,” Cerise said. Fran looked at the beat-up yellow car.
“You sure this thing will make it across town?”
“Yeah, I keep telling him to ditch it. He says it has ‘character’.” Fran scrambled into the rear seat. Johnny climbed in behind the wheel, and turned the key. With a few sputters, a jerk or two, and cloud of black smoke, the engine coughed to life.
“She does have character,” Johnny said, as he pulled away from the curb. “As for this Miss Lucy, I doubt anyone could have that much contact with demons, even low level ones like you have here, without figuring it out. Unless she’s some sort of middle man.” Cerise looked across at him from the passenger seat.
“You mean some big shot demon deliberately comes to little, worth-nothing Carroll Fork?”
“Hey!” Fran interrupted from the back.
“Sorry, but you know what I mean, Johnny. A demon ends up here, grabs hold of an old lady, and compels her to sell possessed sweaters? Where does that make sense?” Johnny shrugged, sliding a pair of blue-lensed sunglasses on.
“Dunno. Won’t know till we get there.” They drove in silence through the small town, and Fran directed them onto a narrow, two-lane road that wound into the quiet countryside. They drove for a short distance and Fran pointed.
“There! On the left. That small sign.” It was small and would be easy to miss. The ornate lettering on the white sign read “Miss Lucy’s Emporium. One half mile.” There was an arrow pointing up the side road. Johnny nodded and turned the car onto the dirt road.
They rounded a bend and approached the shop. It was a small, square building, white with forest green shutters on divided windows. Curtains hung in each window, pulled back to let in the light. Across the front was a wide, wooden porch with balustered railings and simple columns, also painted green. A long white sign with scrollwork edges hung above the porch over the steps leading to the door. The sign read “Miss Lucy’s Emporium” in large letters. Below the name, in smaller lettering, it said “Sundries Household Goods Gently Used Clothing.” Johnny pulled up to the shop and parked. Cerise put a hand on his arm. He looked where she pointed.
Set back from the road was a house. Small, two storied, its wood siding was painted a soft yellow. Gingerbread trimmed the roof and eaves. Johnny looked back at Cerise.
“What?”
“Look real close at the trim on the house.” Johnny leaned forward and stared. A moment later, he sat back and turned to Cerise again.
“Well, now, that is interesting.”
“Yeah.” They got out of the car, Fran scrambling from the small back seat.
“What did you see?” the waitress asked. Johnny started up the stairs into the shop.
“Enough to convince me we are in the right place.” Fran rushed to catch up with him.
“And what was ‘enough’?” Johnny stopped on the top step. He turned and pointed to the house behind the shop building.
“See the house?” Fran nodded. “All that gingerbread trim?” Another nod. “It’s not your usual trim work. Worked through it is what you would probably call hellfire. And that is not a good sign. You might want to stay out here.” Fran shook her head.
“Uh-uh. After what happened in the diner, I’m not letting you out of my sight.”
Johnny shrugged and pulled open the green door. A string of bells hanging on the inside chimed as they walked in. A voice called from a back room.
“I’ll be right with you, folks. You just wander around and look. I’m sure you’ll find something you will just love.” Fran began to inspect the items on the shelves. Cerise stood near a glass-enclosed counter, on top of which sat an old-fashioned cash register. She scanned the room slowly. She looked up at Johnny and nodded.
“Yep. Most everything in here is flashing.” Johnny just nodded. He walked around the room, looking at the assorted merchandise displayed in cases, on shelves, and hanging on racks. The place was a mash-up of conflicting things: toiletries, household items, a few shelves of canned goods and snack foods. Most of the store was given over to the secondhand clothing and other goods that filled the center of the room. Johnny concentrated on those, without touching anything.
“Now, how can Miss Lucy help you today?” The voice came from the direction of the back room. Johnny turned to see the gray-haired woman in the red shawl standing in the doorway. She had gold wire-rimmed glasses perched on her nose, and she wore a flowered dress that fell to mid-calf, and what Johnny’s grandmother would call “sensible shoes.” She saw Fran standing near a rack of coats and jackets.
“Why, Fran, how good to see you again,” the woman said, a smile beaming through her ruby red lips. “How do you like that scarf you got here last time? I still say it complements your eyes like nothing else ever could.” Fran raised a hand to her throat. She simply stared at Miss Lucy. The woman lifted one gray eyebrow. “Cat got your tongue today, Fran? Well, you just look around. There are some really nice jackets on that rack. And who are your friends?” She turned toward Cerise and Johnny, who were standing by the cash register. The smile froze on her lips as she stared at Cerise, then looked up at Johnny. Cerise was staring back, her green eyes even bigger than normal. She fluttered a small hand out to tap Johnny on the leg. The woman in the doorway regained her composure and smiled again, although this time it was colder and her dark eyes glinted behind the lenses of her glasses. A distinct smell of rotten eggs rose from around her.
“Well, I suppose I should have expected this, sooner or later.” Her voice was no longer pleasant and musical. It was deep and resonant, and rang in the small room. She took a step forward. Cerise looked up at Johnny.
“Uh, John?” was all she said. Johnny nodded, without looking down.
“I know, Cerise,” he said. He turned his attention back to Miss Lucy. “Not sure what I expected, but not you. What exactly are you doing, Luc?”

End Part Four

Part Five coming in July

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A collection of six short stories in varied worlds of mayhem and mischief. Learn more here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

tn_Survival of the Fittest (Front Cover)

A short novelette set on a dystopain Earth after the climate collapses. Can the experimental food crops be saved from a survivor of the environmental disaster? Learn more here.

 

 

 

 

Coming in mid-August: “Circle Unbroken”, a science fiction novel. Kaili has come home to Geb, a planet rich in the minerals needed by a depleted Earth for her sister’s installment as head of the family mining business. When an old rivalry threatens the family, Kaili and her partner must use every talent at their disposal to save the company and the sisters’ lives.

Too Much Peace of Mind (Meg Brown Mysteries #2) by Joshua L. Cejka

Too Much Peace of Mind
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the second in the Meg Brown Mysteries series of shorts. Like the first, it is an entertaining, quick read. Meg is a homicide detective with the Minneapolis Police Department. In this installment, she finds herself on a plane to Phoenix to help with a homicide involving a frozen cucumber. Meg hates to fly, and the comfort of a whiskey sour would be most appreciated. But the flight attendant seems to be more interested in the well-dressed businessman a few rows away. The woman across the aisle from Meg is fascinated by the crime scene photos Meg is looking over. And a passenger in first class may have been murdered in flight. Don’t worry, Meg Brown is on the case, and her Sherlock Holmes-like observational and deductive skills will sort them all out.

The story is nicely done, and moves quickly from start to finish. Meg is a great character, and her obvious delight in using her ability to see details most people miss and to put them together quickly as much to discomfit others as to solve crimes is both a bit twisted and amusing. Yes, it’s short. Yes, it reads through quickly. Even so, it is time well spent, and well worth the price.

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tn_Six of One

A collection of six short stories in varied worlds of mayhem and mischief. Learn more here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

tn_Survival of the Fittest (Front Cover)

A short novelette set on a dystopain Earth after the climate collapses. Can the experimental food crops be saved from a survivor of the environmental disaster? Learn more here.

 

 

 

 

Coming in mid-August: “Circle Unbroken”, a science fiction novel. Kaili has come home to Geb, a planet rich in the minerals needed by a depleted Earth for her sister’s installment as head of the family mining business. When an old rivalry threatens the family, Kaili and her partner must use every talent at their disposal to save the company and the sisters’ lives.

Wednesday Wanderings: Alan Rickman Squeaks, Martini Facts, The Velociraptor Pose, and Back Stretches

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We all love Alan Rickman, right? That lovely, velvety voice that just makes you want to listen to him talk? This may well be Alan Rickman like you have never heard him before:

Rickman and Fallon

Do you like martinis? Well, here are some fun facts about that famous cocktail:

Martini Facts

By now, we all have heard and seen Chris Pratt’s velociraptor training pose. Here are some zookeepers and other animal folk who have decided to use it on other species. (I wonder if using this, and some clicker training, I can tame the velociraptors in the basement?):

Raptor Poses

For the last link, let’s all do some stretches to help relax and relieve lower back pain:

7 Minute Back Stretches

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Monday Musings: On Deciding to Author Publish My Stories

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If you are a writer these days, you can’t help but realize that the landscape is changing. In the Old Days, you wrote a story, you submitted it to publishers, you got rejected a bunch of times, and eventually, (assuming the story was any good) someone accepted it, and you got published. There wasn’t much choice in who and where you submitted. If it was a short piece, there were magazines and anthologies. If it was a book, the big publishing houses were the only game in town.

This is not true anymore. Sure, the big publishers are still out there, and they are still putting out good stuff by good writers. But they are not the only game in town anymore. Small houses, particularly for niche markets, abound. And distributors like Amazon and Smashwords and more are making it easier for authors to get their work in front of readers.

There are reasons to go with any of the above choices. Or to go with something outside even those. I know of several authors who have run successful Kickstarter or Indiegogo campaigns to get a work published and out there. No one way is going to be right for everyone. I am going to talk about what I have decided. You may agree, or you may think I am crazy and take a different path. That’s fine. It’s the blessing, and the curse, of having choices.

I have been writing as long as I can remember. I think I write pretty decent stuff, at risk of sounding a bit egotistical. I don’t claim to be up there with the best of the best, but people read my stuff and like it. Or at least they say they do. I keep writing new things, developing new ideas, polishing and perfecting as much as I can. Like most writers, I want people to see and read those stories. It’s one of the reasons I write them. The other reason is that I need to get this stuff out of my head or I will go bonkers!

I have struggled for a year or so on how to get those stories out there for people to enjoy. I waffled back and forth on going the traditional route, doing it myself, or something in between. A few months ago, I made a conscious decision to take the author published path.

I know there is still something of a stigma on author published work. And for good reason. There is a lot of junk out there. Not necessarily bad stories (although those exist, also, and some come from more traditional sources, too), but stories that suffer from lack of editing, both for content and mechanicals. Stories that are unfinished, unsatisfying, difficult to read for many reasons. In some ways, this ability to publish on your own makes it too easy. People dash off a trashy vampire novel, or a badly thought out steampunk story, dash out 80 or 90 or 100 thousand words, and put it on Amazon without so much as an attempt at checking spelling, grammar, or punctuation. Many people think all author published works are like that. Luckily, there are a lot of authors who do care, and who are starting to break that perception. We’ll never get rid of the bad stuff, but there is more and more good coming through.

On top of that, when you publish your own work, you have so much more to do than just write. You are responsible for making sure it is edited well, the cover design is not only attractive but will work in a variety of formats, the text itself is formatted well for e-readers, and for all the publicity, marketing, and promotion. It is time-consuming, and not everyone wants to do that.

With all that, why did I decided to take the author published route? Because I want to get my stories out there. To let people read them. And I can do that, even with all the production work that needs to be done, in a more timely fashion than traditional publishing allows. For example, if I wanted to traditionally publish the novel I have coming in August, I would write a query letter, a synopsis, and provide a sample of the actual novel to an agent or publisher. Many of them will take up to 3 or 4 months to get back to you, most likely with a rejection. So, then you start over with the next name on your list of potential publishers. By the time you finally get that acceptance, it could be years. Yes, I know- J.K. Rowling was rejected 17 times before Harry Potter was published. And I think that’s great, and I admire her tenacity and her success. I decided that I don’t want to wait for that long. I want to let people read my stories, and, yes, maybe make a little money along the way. Will I ever be rich and famous? Will I ever be able to buy a Lamborghini, live in a 400 room mansion, and think nothing of shopping exclusively on Rodeo Drive? Highly doubtful. But, then again, the majority of traditionally published authors, even successful ones, won’t either. I want you to be able to read my stories, and, I hope, enjoy them. Do I want to sell many copies of them? Well, I’d be lying if I said no, but I’m not going to obsess about numbers. I’m going to spend part of my time on marketing, part of my time on production, and most of my time writing.

That’s what my thought process was, and is. For those who are in this with me, let’s go and tell some stories! For those who choose a different path, best of luck and join us in telling those stories. There is room out there for all of us!

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Wednesday Wanderings: FFVII, Frozen Falls, Statue of Liberty, and Useless Websites

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Here’s a small bit of news on the Final Fantasy VII remake. Will it be the same game? Maybe not. It’s all very vague right now, but it looks like some things beyond just prettying up the graphics will change:

FFVII

When the temperatures plummeted this past winter, Niagara Falls took on a whole new type of beauty:

Frozen Falls

Today is the anniversary of the arrival of the Statue of Liberty from France. Here’s a slideshow of some of the pieces of the statue during construction:

Statue of Liberty

Wanna get sucked down the rabbit hole of entirely stupid and useless websites? Of course you do:

Useless Websites

(Photo by Andrew Evans of National Geographic Traveler from NationalGeographic.com)

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Monday Promo: Circle Unbroken Teaser Number Two

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Here’s another little excerpt from the upcoming novel:

“Kaili, we are ready to begin. Sylvia, will you be our Water tonight, please?” The girl’s eyes lit up and she nodded solemnly to Laira. “Very good.”
They walked to one side of the gazebo where a small wooden table stood. A double ring of gold was inscribed on the surface of the table, with four equally spaced smaller circles inside the two rings. Symbols that Jeff didn’t recognize filled the rest of the ring. Four colored candles in short candlesticks were set in the small circles. From each candle, a single line of gold traced its way inward to another circle at the center, which held a white candle. Noticing Jeff’s look, Laira smiled.
“A simple thanksgiving and welcome ceremony,” she said. “It is a small custom, to welcome Kaili home. I hope you don’t mind?” Kaili turned to Jeff with a grin.
“It won’t hurt, I promise. We don’t do the sacrifices until the moon is full.” Jeff glared at her a moment, then spoke to Laira.
“Please, go right ahead. Despite the impression Kaili may give, I am not ignorant of your customs. I am curious to see how the formalities work.”
“The table is inscribed with the Circle,” Laira explained. “It is the physical reflection of the connection of our people to the four Elements, and to the planet itself. It is the balance and harmony of all things. And the focus of our power. What we are doing here is a simple prayer of thanksgiving.”
Laira moved to stand at the yellow candle. The others took their places, as well. Kaili stood at the red candle, with Jessa at the green, and Sylvia at the blue. The girl’s face was wide-eyed and serious, and she was nervously twisting a lock of her dark hair in her fingers. Her mother reached over and tapped her hand, and Sylvia dropped it to her side. Philip stood behind Laira, and Daron stood between his wife and daughter, a few paces back. Jeff positioned himself behind Kaili where he could see the table clearly. When everyone was positioned, Jessa raised her hands, palms up, to waist level.
“We call the Elements to guard and honor us. The Circle reminds us the Elements are perfect, and eternal. The Circle brings us together- now and always.” She let one arm drop to her side again, and covered the top of the green candle in front of her with the palm of the other.
“Earth, which supports all, come into our midst and center our thoughts, that our perceptions may be wise.” Jeff felt a shifting deep beneath his feet. Jessa’s candle now glowed with a deep green flame. Jessa let her hand fall to her side and turned her head toward Laira. Laira placed a hand over her yellow candle.
“Air, which surrounds all, come into our midst and cool our passions, that we may be open to understanding.” There was a stirring in the air around the room, beginning as a gentle whisper and building to a breeze that lifted Jeff’s hair slightly on his neck. When Laira moved her hand, her candle glowed with a clear, yellow flame. She dropped her hand and turned to Kaili. Kaili put her palm over her red candle next.
“Fire, which permeates all, come into our midst and inflame out hearts, that we may always know the pure flame of truth.” Jeff became aware of a wave of heat sweeping around the room, flushing against his face. Kaili withdrew her hand, and her candle flamed red. Sylvia, her hand visibly shaking as she placed it over her blue candle, drew in a deep breath. Her voice faltered slightly as she began.
“Water-“ The girl stopped, biting her lower lip. Her mother frowned at her from her position to Sylvia’s left. Kaili, standing next to Sylvia on the right, caught the girl’s eyes with a tip of her head. She smiled at the girl and nodded slightly. Sylvia gave a small smile in return, closed her eyes for a moment, then, with another deep breath, continued.
“Water, which changes all, come into our midst and cleanse our spirits, that we may know our true selves.” Jeff sensed a slight wet sensation brush the side of his face as Sylvia lifted her hand from the blue flame burning on her candle. She was smiling broadly, and her eyes shone. Jessa gave her daughter a curt nod of approval.
Kaili, Laira, and Jessa put a hand on the necklaces they wore, while Sylvia reached up to touch the blue headband she was wearing. It was patterned with cresting waves. Jessa spoke once again.
“The Circle is connected, center to rim. So may all Elements, all creatures, all spirits be bound in one.” The four placed their right hands, one atop the other over the central white candle. When they moved them, the candle glowed with a golden flame. They stepped back from the table

“Circle Unbroken” will be available in mid-August from Smashwords, Amazon, and most other ebook retailers.

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Coming in mid-August, a sci-fi novel, “Circle Unbroken.” More details coming soon.

Available now from Smashwords, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and most other ebook retailers:

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Friday Review (TV): Aquarius

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We started watching this (or at least I did) because, well, David Duchovny. I have to admit, I am having a hard time getting into it, and, unfortunately, he’s one of the reasons. I am finding I can’t relate to or really care about his character. Those of you who know me, know I am very character driven, and if I can’t find a character to get involved in, I’m less likely to enjoy the book, show, whatever. I am finding his Detective Hodiak rather flat and uninteresting. Even the Charles Manson character (played by Gethin Anthony) is a bit much. I know Manson was a psycho, but this seems just enough over the top to be unbelievable. And Manson’s girls? Yikes! I know he had them all brainwashed and hypnotized by his charisma and all that, but they all seem to have completely misplaced their brains and personalities. I can’t even tell them apart.

The late ’60’s setting is done well, and looks period without being dated. Supporting cast is okay, but no one is spectacular.

I know it is only a few episodes in, and many shows start slow and pick up. I can only hope this is one.

(The image is from the IMDB page for “Aquarius.”)

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Wednesday Wanderings: Glass-Winged Butterfly, Star Trek Alphabet, Old Chalkboards, and Sci-Fi Quotes

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The glass-winged butterfly has to be one of the coolest butterflies there is. Here are 15 pictures of this pretty insect:

Glass-Winged Butterfly

Here’s an alphabet book for Star Trek fans to start their children off right. I was a bit disappointed that R was not for Redshirt, though:

Star Trek Alphabet

When they removed the old chalkboards at an Oklahoma school, they found these 100 year old chalkboards underneath, complete with lessons and drawings:

Old Chalkboards

Finally, here are 15 quotes from science fiction that contain some good advice for all of us:

Sci-Fi Quotes

(Photograph by Eddy Van 3000 on Flickr)

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Coming in mid-August, a sci-fi novel, “Circle Unbroken.” More details coming soon.

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Monday Musings: Garden Woes, Doggy Road Trip, and Progress Report

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I am having the worst problem with birds in the garden this year. I always have a lot of birds around. I have feeders and a birdbath. I like them. But for the first time, this year they have been gobbling the seeds I plant as fast as I can get them in the ground. I am going to have to cover the beds until the seeds start to sprout, I guess. I keep trying to convince them that they really like the nice, fat sunflower seeds much better than those teeny, tiny carrot seeds, but I am not having a whole lot of luck.

Other places in the yard are starting to show some nice color. The Siberian and yellow flag iris are in full bloom, the miniature lilacs are blooming, and the mock orange is starting to open its buds. I plan on splitting the irises this year and spreading out the color. The ornamental grasses that the BaldMan split off of the big one are picking up and growing. It’s very pretty out there right now.

We have another chili cook off this weekend. This will be the last one for about a month and a half. This one is going to be a bit different, because we are taking Lambeau with us. This will be his first long car trip, and first time in a hotel room. I am bringing his crate, and lots of stuff to keep him occupied. He will be going with us to the cook off, also. I just hope it’s not a disaster! I don’t think it will be. He’s pretty well-behaved in the house, so I don’t really anticipate much problem in the hotel room. And he hasn’t given any indication that he’s the type of dog that barks at every noise, so I suspect he’ll not be a nuisance that way. It will be interesting to see how it goes.

Things are going well on the writing front. I just published a short sci-fi novelette (Smashwords, Amazon, and most ebook retailers) called “Survival of the Fittest.” I plan on publishing a novel, also sci-fi with some magic elements, in mid-August. That one is called “Circle Unbroken.” More on that as we get closer. I am currently working on the story I am serializing here on the blog, and what I think is going to end up as a novella. So writing and stuff is happening. I sat down over the weekend and made a more orgainized plan for all that will need to be done, and put it all in a calendar. With luck, that will keep me on track.

It will be a busy week, but that is okay. Better to be busy and say: “Where did the week go?” than “Is this week EVER going to end?” Right?

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Coming in mid-August, a sci-fi novel, “Circle Unbroken.” More details coming soon.

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