Ever feel like a stranger in a strange place?
A Ghost Town Called Love
Love the black and white. Thanks for finding me!
Thanks for allowing me to pick you up, stick you in my pocket and walk away with one hell of a nugget…
Aren’t you just a delightful glass of chilled water in the hot desolate sands of …..? Very much looking forward to drinking up more of your words and images. Maggie.
Jeepers… You’re killing me softly in the hot desolate sands of the American southwest. That’s where this drama is occurring. And I’m going to do everything I possibly can to make sure you don’t run out of water ~ chilled water…
Mr. R: Thank you for reading and liking my posts. I am honored. I just this moment (literally) finished my latest novel so am wrung out, but will certainly return to your blog to peruse more when my eyes allow me the pleasure. Perhaps you would like to suggest those you think of most fondly? Most sincerely – Maggie.
Wild Women In The Borderlands Of My Mind
This is a collection of some short stories I wrote years ago ~ which aren’t too delicate ~ but they’ve got ~ heart. I think you might like the first one. It’s short, so it’s not too much work to read. It’s entitled. “This One Is On The House.”
Did you just finish writing a novel?
Yes I did. Thank you for asking, and for your suggestions.
My pleasure. Congratulations on finishing the novel…
You’re very kind. I’m sure you know the feeling.
I wrote two short-novels many moons ago ~ and promote them here on the blog…
Philana was a girl who knew what she wanted when she saw it. We should all be so lucky. Loved it.
She & Nick Bogie got along pretty well it seems. I sometimes wonder whether or not they ever got married. I will never, never write a sequel to this ~ this magic moment that belongs to them exclusively…
I’m real curious about your novel writing. Was this last one, by any chance, a romantic comedy? I ask this because, here in my old age frail & grey, I feel that romantic comedies are probably the best thing to write…
If you care to take a gander my books are up on Amazon. Just google Maggie Carpenter author or open Amazon and search me.
I’ll do that.
Ah yes ~ you are definitely writing novels. Erotica. Beautiful! Your writing is goulishly right-on. I sit at your knee to learn…
Here’s my latest duel with the pen: A Ghost Town Called Love (you can “google” it if you so desire) in which I wrote a series of poems along with wanna-be poems too, in which the climatic moment of the tale being told, was, of course ~ erotic!
At least I think it was erotic… The post is buried in the archives. Please, give me a moment & I’ll fetch the address! If you don’t mind…
Just a little something to look at while you rest up for your next extravaganza ~ if you feel like it.
It’s a thrill having you around here, you know…
A thrill? You flatter me Sir. Thank for your most generous words. I will most certainly visit this
Ooops. The lateness of the hour and my drained self hit the wrong button. I will most certainly visit your piece and I thank you. Maggie
Bless you, lovely lady. I hope, in due time, you do return…
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