Saturday, November 29, 2014

Saturday Quote-O-Rama!

"Before you go south with your big mouth, better check your heart."

Boz Scaggs

Friday, November 28, 2014

Black Friday Quote-O-Rama!

"With nothing to do but feed all the kangaroos..."

Steely Dan

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Saturday Quote-O-Rama!

"How about a nice Hawaiian Punch?"


Saturday, June 29, 2013

Saturday Quote-O-Rama!

"You can't say that!  You don't know!"

Monica Geller

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

My Web Sense Is Tingling

If you are following this blog-


Are you FOLLOWING this blog?! Then you are THE ONE, Neo!

And you may have noticed a flurry of posting about things I've already posted about, some from quite awhile back. It's all about using the blog as a convenient cyber spot to stash content for the website.

The newly revamped website:!           ta duh

If you didn't understand that computer stuff, then you are clearly NOT The One and I must ask you to step away from Trinity because, dude, you are blocking my view.
"I believe I asked you not to put this in the dryer."

I will now re-post the HEAVENLY MOVES book trailer because that's truly the most recent post and the one I want folks to see.



It's the summer of 1982. College dropout Heavenly Wilcox is thrilled with her new apartment in the Northern California beach town of San Tomas--even with the trombone-playing lesbian downstairs and the surly ex-cop next door. Heavenly (“Hev” to her friends) has a good job at the county Public Defender's office, a best friend in aspiring rock star Mona Murdock, and maybe even a new boyfriend on the horizon, one whose ambitions are exceeded only by his tattoos. So why does she keep thinking about that girl downstairs?

Also fascinating to Hev is the intriguing mail that continues to be delivered for the previous tenant of her new apartment, a man who mysteriously disappeared a few months back. A few harmless questions and one clearly inappropriate use of the county's computer system later, she finds herself at the center of a dangerous and tangled web of murder, missing persons, rock 'n' roll and sex with all the wrong people.

With each new twist and turn, Hev finds it hard to say who's the villain and who's the victim. And it's even harder for her to admit that she is not who she thought she was. The only thing she knows for sure is:  if she can't figure out what's going on, the next victim might just be her!

a novel by
Amy Briant