I missed a day . . .

. . . and the opportunity to remind readers of the “D” short stories offerings and to vote for your favorite of the ”D” stories HERE.

Realistically, the second week of voting is a bust and these reminders are nothing more than an irritant . . . but perhaps reading fiction is a welcomed alternative to reading about COVID-19.

And if that’s the case, and if you are new to the blog, there are the “A“, “B“, and “C” stories you can also read, although voting is closed for those offerings.

AND . . . if that’s not enough to distract you, you can read a crapload — but hopefully not overly crappy — of my fiction. These two posts have links to a bunch of my fiction: HERE and HERE.

Wait! I have so much fiction on my blog that two posts aren’t sufficient to capture it all; HERE is another post linking to flash, short, and long stories. (Note: those three posts only go to 2016 . . . amo need another post for the rest of it.)

Mind you, I’m too humble and modest to mention my relatives tell me my writing is great, but yeah, I also think it’s da bomb . . . despite no one asked for a password to the password-protected offerings.

Well, gotta go shop for toilet paper, hand sanitizer, survival rations, a shotgun or two, and ammunition, but let me show you a doodle (remember those?) I did on the phone while lying awake at night waiting for the world to end . . .

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