Lunch-Break – By Dan Leicht @Deeliopunk #Poetry #MondayBlogs

crossing the street at noon

to spend eight dollars on a mountain of toppings

sitting across from a friend

the friend you met a decade ago, saw yesterday

spending forty-five minutes pretending the desk doesn’t exist

pretending you don’t have to listen to the voice-mails, or answer the emails

spending your clocked in hours on something to take your mind away from it

only to repeat the action, next week, same time, same place, same friend

across the street at noon

The 6 Voyages Of Lone Sloane Review – via #AllComic

Review: ‘The Redeemers’ by Ace Atkins

Originally posted on October Country:

The Redeemers by Ace Atkins
G.P. Putnam’s Sons (July 21, 2015)

RedeemersCoverNow that we’re five books in, the world of Ace Atkins’ “Quinn Colson” series is well-stocked with characters, events, and history. Colson is still the man around whom the stories revolve, the moral center of his family and, whether he believes it or not, all of Tibbehah County; but Atkins has been careful to build up a strong supporting cast along with him. That work pays off handsomely in The Redeemers, in which Colson takes a bit of a back seat while several characters old and new get a chance to shine.

The book opens with Mickey Walls and Kyle Hazlewood, a couple of buddies shooting the breeze at the Huddle House. Mickey guides the discussion to the subject of Larry Cobb, local lumber baron and Mickey’s ex-father-in-law. Larry hasn’t been too nice to Mickey in the wake of his divorce from Tonya, Larry’s daughter, and Mickey has heard that Larry…

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Death Head #1 Review – #DarkHorseComics #DeathHead #FridayReads #AllComic


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