Wisdom in a “Button Jar”

I want to introduce you to a couple of folk today. No, neither one is in the books, but each had a profound effect on me as a person. Neither were flashy, brash, or loud in any way. As a matter of fact, they’re lives came and went, and the world scarcely took notice. It... Continue Reading →

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Who is this Witch that you speak of?

This week's post is Chapter three as we go through our book. We begin to notice each boy's personality and watch as their relationship develops. Mark, the class bully, also begins to take his place in our tale. You may also notice a subtle Christian overtone has begun to develop; as a former pastor, I... Continue Reading →

Ode to the lowly Whistle Pig.

My fellow TCC members. Most of you have gotten used to the fact that some, if not most of our stories, are a bit on the odd side. When I say most, I mean all and let's be real, all of you possess an uncommonly high degree of common sense elsewise you wouldn't be here.... Continue Reading →

The tale of the “Tarr Baby”

I've been thinkin' of late; what with all this bad news circling and swirling about. If a body isn't careful, it may seep into your mind like poison, darkening your thoughts and dreams. Even your very outlook on this precious gift of life; the very life given each of us by a just and Holy... Continue Reading →

Chapter 1

“The unlikeliest of hero’s” Well, friends here it is, Chapter one of "The Leech Cemetery Witch." Plenty of folks have waited far too long to get a peek at it. I've decided to post a chapter or two each week, (yes, the entire book.) But there's a catch, I need your help. We have a... Continue Reading →

THE TIN CUP CLAN’s final Preface

After the UMP-TEENTH revision, I think we have settled on the preface for The Leech Cemetery Witch. What do you think? Does it make you want to read the book? Does it sound mysterious enough? Does it make my butt look big? I need some feedback; I'm dying here. PREFACE Our adventure began many winters... Continue Reading →

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