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Weekly Wrap Up (Nov. 27 - Dec. 3)

It is past my bedtime... I think. So does anyone want to come over and fix my painting job at my condo? I've never painted a house or such in my life, and everyone seems to have suggestions, after I've f'uped and it has gone to shit. Well, I'm done the most difficult wall and pulled the tape off around the door frames and unfortunately took off in some spots a couple of layers of paint too!  Krista suggest to bribe someone with cookies, that most men will paint for cookies. So if I bak

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Weekly Wrap Up (Nov. 20 - Nov. 26)

I hope my 'merican friends and their families of origin or found  had a super Thanksgiving holiday. Did you eat too much? I think TG is one of the mandatory 'pass' days that you get to eat what you want, how much you want, and for as long as you want. It is surprising that with New Year's resolutions that people make those far stretched promises to themselves to stop smoking, go to the gym, stop drinking alcohol and such, that there is nothing for Thanksgiving. Maybe there should be promises to

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Weekly Wrap Up (Nov. 13 - Nov. 19)

Has anyone seen Valkyrie?   Oh, there she is   So the folks in Western New York seem to have got over a meter/yard of snow over the past few days!  Here, we haven't got rid of the snow from Nov. 3 yet  Saw pictures from Nova Scotia where the doggies were playing on the green grass! I'm sure you Floridians can make me jealous in just one picture! Do you hear me? No more than one picture  First come, first served! Now not to often I encourage bad words to be used here, but I r

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Weekly Wrap Up (Nov. 6 - Nov. 12)

In case you are wondering why we have two blogs up featured at once, don't continually hit your refresh button to try to make one disappear  Or am I the only one that would do that? I remember back in the olden days, when a author would generally post a new chapter on the same day of the week around the same time of day, I'd sit there constantly hitting refresh until I got the new chapter  This was back in the eFic days long before even the idea of post dating   Now where was I? Oh, so due

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Weekly Wrap Up (Oct. 30 - Nov. 5)

Well folks, I unexpectedly find myself not at home without anything but an iPhone 😳 So for now I’ll publish the stories updated over the week and then tomorrow fill in the rest of the blanks.    And here is the look at the past weeks postings on all our Authors and Poets! Recently Updated 'Premium' Stories On Fire by Cia (In Process) Recently Updated 'Signature Author' Stories Gap Year by Mark Arbour  Flying Circus by Carlos Hazday  Get Into

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Weekly Wrap UP (Oct. 23 - Oct. 29)

Sooooo, that should kick off the mood of this weekend  Not really sure what is more scary, the song or the facial expressions of Bobby Pickett!! I had a certain European food and chocolate company send me a whole bunch of Halloween candy mini bars due to my current job! I have boxes and boxes of mini chocolate bars, not the best for a lifelong diabetic  I know that Krista is expecting some but I think the UPS fee to send them to Kentucky might be a bit excessive. So what should I do with th

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Weekly Wrap Up (Oct. 16 - Oct. 22)

They say a picture is worth a thousand words  This is what it looked like in my next of the woods after 3 days of temps in the mid 20's C, (77F) which were records, to dropping down below 0 overnight (32 F) and getting around 15 cm (6 inches) of snow  Just so you know, even though I'm happy to see some much needed moisture and the first snow fall of the year, I blame this 100% on @Krista   She wished this on me for like the past month and a half.  Now rumour has it snow has been spotted bel

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Weekly Wrap Up (Oct. 9 -- Oct. 15th)

I just noticed this was missing, so here is a quick wrap up for the stories posted this week.  I'm sure someone will be along to update the rest of the stuff.  (Psst, sorry Myr, I forgot , Steve) Monday, Cia helped out the Review Team with a new Featured Story.  Thursday Myr got some time to bring us an Anthology Flashback: After some time off to look after the Anthologies, our Prompt Team came back with two new prompts: @Comicality returned Saturday with another new artic

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Weekly Wrap Up (Oct. 2 - Oct. 8)

Well a Happy Thanksgiving to all our Canadian friends. Not sure if you all have plans to be with someone(s) for the day or for dinner, but I really hope you all do . I'll be heading out to friends place this year to join his entire family to enjoy a turkey and so much more   I was thinking about Halloween, since it is my job in real life , is like less that 3 weeks away . So have you put any thoughts into what you are going to dress up as? That is if you dress up. Why not have some fun this

Weekly Wrap Up (Sept. 25 - Oct. 1)

Well it has happened  October has darkened our doors  This means the seasons are a changing. Have you got any frost on your pumpkin, or any other parts yet  ?  It is also sad in the sense that this week concluded week 4 of the Anthology - Anniversary. Please, if you haven't had a chance yet, make sure you thank your Authors, Poets and Editors and Beta's for making this one of the best, not only in participation, but in content on the sites 20 year history. Also time for a HUGE shoutout to o

Weekly Wrap Up (Sept. 18 - Sept. 24)

3 down and 1 to go!! We are getting there! Before you start to feel withdrawals from not having any more new anthology entries, rest assured that there was enough of them for the Anthology - Anniversary that there will be a fourth and final release next Thursday for all of you   What else is new you ask (okay, maybe you didn't )  Well Thursday was not only the release of round 3, but it also was the kick off off the Fall Equinox up here in the Northern Hemisphere and the Spring Equinox in

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Weekly Wrap Up (Sept. 11 - Sept. 17)

I would be remiss if I didn't mention at the start of the Wrap Up about the 2nd round of the GA Anniversary Anthology 😮 It is more a fear of @Valkyrie. Even without her threats and promises of a world of hurt, I would have done it anyways   So about those stories, why not give us an update on how you are doing? Did you get through all of Round 1. Have you got through Round 2 already ? Have you liked and left a chapter comment or story comment? I know our authors really appreciate everyone's

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Weekly Wrap Up (Sept. 4 - Sept. 10)

Well, well, well. Shall we wrap this week up like a pig in a blanket . So question for all of you, have you partaken in any of the great first releases of the GA 20th Anniversary Anthology?  How many have you read, 1, 2, or all of them? What do you think so far?  I've personally had a busy week, as on Thursday night I was going to get into bed with my iPad and start reading. Much to my surprise out my condo's bedroom window 😮 Okay Steve, that is an excuse for Thursday night.

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Weekly Wrap Up (Aug. 28 - Sep. 3

I'm so excited I just can't hide it I think I'm about to lose control and I think like it So September 1st came and went and I am so looking forward to our upcoming Anthology stories!! I know some are done and some are in the hands of our excellent proof team. I guess we can all now wait anxiously to see the first round of entries   I'm up late, early, whatever time in your neck of the woods, so I need to get this all wrapped up and get to bed   Monday Cia was back with

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Weekly Wrap Up (Aug. 21 - Aug. 27)

Hey all, what's up? First off, thank you Cia for stepping in last week and getting the majority of the Weekly Wrap Up done for me Not sure if you noticed the latest announcement, but Myr, Cia and the programmer are all working triple overtime to try to fix the caching issues. Some significant improvements have happened over the past week with a few more patches coming this week. Hopefully they can nip this in the bud soon, as I know they are all trying so hard to get it done. You als

Weekly Wrap Up (Aug. 14 - Aug. 20)

Stay tuned to this spot.  Currently I cannot do the weekly update as I have a caching issue. I'm lucky to get this far. I will try again in the morning   Edit to add: I'm swooping in because I was online doing homework. I can see what Mr. Wildone cannot for some reason, so I thought I'd help out! Thank you all for being patient with this horrible bug; Myr is working diligently to track it down every day since that last IP update. It's not an easy one, and he's swamped! ~ Cia Monda

Weekly Wrap Up (Aug. 7 - Aug. 13)

We are nearly half way through the summer and you know what that means for North American people... Back to Skewl!!  I guess that is dependent on if you are a student of some level or if you are a working stiff like me  Believe it or not, up to a few years ago I was under the impression that the primary and secondary education all over the continent was basically from the beginning of September until the following June. How wrong I was . From what I understand, some of the southern US they

Weekly Wrap Up (Jul. 31 - Aug, 6)

I'm back from the wilds of the Rockies  Had a great time with my nephews for the 7 days. Lots of mountain biking, took a gondola to the top of Mount Sulphur and then walked the 400 steps up to and back from the summit. Hit the Banff Hot Springs. Another day swam in an old quarry that has been filled with water and turned into a park. We even had a bit of a issue with a black bear on the last day of camping Kind of wish we had a little blue one to deal with instead. Kind of looking forward

Weekly Wrap Up (Jul. 24 - Jul. 30)

It's been a busy week and our buddy @wildone has went out to the wilds on vacation.  Somebody, somewhere forgot a little something... so I'm dropping this in and you'll have to check back later for more updates. -Myr  Update: That somebody was, me Cia... and I developed a migraine last night and went to bed at 7:30 PM and slept for 11 hours. Isn't that always the excuse? 😉 Too much sun yesterday, and I'm not as good as Wildone to get a nasty burn and keep on working. He's a machine! My family ri

Weekly Wrap Up (Jul. 17 - Jul. 23)

Whew, getting this in by the hair of my chinny chin chin   Even though I'm fair haired (in the summer my hair turns strawberry blond), I know I burn, and I do everything possible besides wearing a snowsuit, touque, and ski goggles in 30 C weather, but I still am burnt to hell tonight  I mean, about a hour before I went out I took a shower and rubbed in a generous supply of SPF 30 Sport and then waited 10 mins and sprayed on SPF 50 Sport. Went down to my vehicle 5-10 mins later and put on so

Weekly Wrap Up (Jul. 10 - Jul.16)

Middle of July, so what should we talk about? What the heck, why not weather! I'm curious how things are shaping up in your neck of the woods as far as the weather goes. In my hometown, it is Stampede  week, and mother nature has so far cooperated. I don't think in the past 8 days we have had any rain. Temps have been around 30 C (86 F). This is too hot in my humble opinion. I know some areas of the world are having record breaking temps like Europe and elsewhere, so my heart goes out to th

Weekly Wrap Up (Jul. 3 - Jul. 9)

Well howdy partner Yes, it is that time of the year that all the cowboys and cowgurls come out of the woodwork in Calgary for the annual Stampede. So far after 2 days things are huge! No restrictions and everyone seems to be having a good time! I've been down at the grounds for the past two nights and there is lots to see, people to see and people to do Oops, did I say that out load   So for public engagement, if you are willing to reveal where you live; city, town or country, is ther

Weekly Wrap Up (Jun. 26 - Jul. 2)

A belated happy birthday to all the folks up in Canada that had Canada Day on the 1st of July. And an early happy birthday to the folks down in the US of A that have Independence Day on Monday   Can't forget Burundi Independence Day on July 1st, Ghana Republic Day on July 1st, Territory Day in the British Virgin Islands also on the 1st, Philippine's Republic Day on the 4th, and Rwanda Liberation Day on the 4th. Now the question is, do you live in one of these countries other than Canada or

Weekly Wrap Up (Jun. 19 - Jun. 25)

In North America we are a week a way from celebrating two of the three county's big parties. July 1st is Canada Day, and July 4th is Independence Day. After two years of shut downs, I imagine lots and lots of people are looking forward to letting loose for a day or two. Myself, I'm heading up to a lake and relaxing and enjoying the first days of summer  What sucks is that I have to do some coverage for a boss that is away too, so I'll be logging on the laptop each day for hopefully only an

Weekly Wrap Up (Jun. 12 - Jun. 18)

I read a joke in Chapter 5 of Dabegal's new story House of Frost the other day from @weinerdog: Q: What do gay horses eat? Okay, if you have stopped your uncontrollable laughter or maybe your uncontrollable groans, I want to mention that I think that falls in what people now refer to as 'Dad Jokes'. So here is the question for this week and what better time to do it than on Father's Day 2022, what is your best Dad Joke? Or maybe your worst ? Add them to the comments below and we will
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