“G” stories voting and past stories plus videos

So, again, if you’ve read them, the writers hope you voted for your favorite of the “Alphabet Challenge G-Stories” HERE. That’s also where you can find links to the stories so that — you know — if you’ve yet to read them, you can get to reading them before voting.

Here’s something new subscribers might not know . . . there be other Alphabet Stories (HERE). I mean, that’s obvious, but maybe new subscribers don’t know how to find them.

Now, normally, I’d have photos here, but I’m running late and I’m tired so, instead, parody songs . . .

If you read all them alphabet stories, you might be addicted to the three writers and their offerings . . . well, you’re in luck!

You see, we also had a Christmas contest (HERE with results HERE and HERE), and something of a 1500-words challenge (HERE with results HERE and HERE).

Now, what if you read all of those and still want more?

Oh, you mean fiction . . . well, I have a lot of fiction on this here blog.

Fiction few people read. So, if you want to be a part of a small (but highly esteemed, erudite, sophisticated, and just plain swell) group, there be these posts that link to my fiction (I won’t link my editorials; even fewer people read those):




That’s not a complete list since it only goes to the middle of 2016 . . . One of these days, I’ll complete the list.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.


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