and on the lighter side

What’s the difference between an author and a pizza?
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A pizza can feed a family of four.

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thanks to the radiant Robyn Bender for that bit of cheer

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9 Replies to “and on the lighter side”

  1. What is Italy! Mazda ball soup. Oh snort! Thanks for the excerpt. Great format as is.
    Just in case you care: There’s a fancy dancy Greenbriar Resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Va, the place Roosevelt went to rest and lollygag with his secretary.

  2. Love it–can’t wait to read more.

    One small thing. Bean’s a Southern girl, right? She would definitely say ‘shucking corn’ and not ‘husking corn’.

  3. Very nice. I have a hard time with excerpts in that I want context, MORE context. Mwa ha ha ha. But that’s ok. I can wait.

  4. Do people really say “husking?” That sounds like what you’d do if you wanted to put the husks back on.

    Very entertaining excerpt. Can’t wait to read more about these characters.

  5. I know someone who exclaims like Big Dove, except she says “PraisetheLordthankyaJesus” all in one word. :) I’m loving everything I’ve read so far. I just finished TTTT at a record-breaking pace and went looking for your website. Good luck with the rest of the book.

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