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Author Archives: Fannie Cranium
Hi everyone! Today’s a big day – The Conflict Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to Obstacles, Adversaries, and Inner Struggles (Vol. 2) has just released, and as a Street Team member I get to let everyone know that Angela & Becca … Continue reading
I have been contemplating the simple power of a hug and the beauty of a smile unmasked. While you enjoy your holidays, stay healthy, share laughter, and breathe deeply. And I hope that 2022 is the year that everything happens … Continue reading
The Conflict Thesaurus, Vol. 1, inspiration for some juicy, main course, inner conflict, with a heaping side dish of external drama. Continue reading
My husband and I set out a water bath for the neighborhood critters during the recent heat wave. We met a new raccoon mamma and her kits. As luck would have it, momma walked out of the shot right when … Continue reading
Anyone interested in voting for the Funniest Name in the NFL draft? Help break the tie between Racey McMath, Divine Deablo, and Isaiahh Loudermilk. Your vote counts!
I love cleaver repurposing. Saw this and my irreverent sense of humor kicked in: meat smoker or john for smokers? What say you? Whatever way you slice it, have a safe and wonderful weekend! And for those of you who … Continue reading
In 2011 I convinced some friends from the midwest that we should all cram into a phone booth and recreate a moment from the past. Fast forward ten years when I posted the photo on Facebook and several comments about … Continue reading
Everyone can recall an instance where they experienced something for the first time, the first day of school, the first day of a new job, the first time falling in love.
What about the first time you heard the doctor say your loved one has dementia? Continue reading
Happy belated Valentine’s Day. I’m not quite a month late. My apologies for not being around for quite some time. I’ve been working to fulfill a promise to my father who passed several years ago, but I will save that … Continue reading