A writer must know when to use “to,” “two” and “too.” Each one means something very different. A writer must know the difference between “there” and “their.” A writer must know when to use “who” and “whose.”
A writer has to take responsibility for putting the right word in the right place. The Old Soldier keeps an old fashion dictionary right beside the work station.
Here’s a big shout out to the students, staff and faculty of the University of Pittsburgh. Be careful and enjoy spring break.
What’s with Charlie Sheen? I guess he’s had too much of a good thing: women, money, booze and drugs. Charlie, take a break.
PS: There are a lot of mainstream, literary and erotic stories on this blog but only one flash fiction porn story is available. It is A Porn Star Is Born at the top of the page.
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