SotD – March 3, 2015

What comes around, goes around.  At least, that’s a sense that I’m trying to convey in this piece (to a degree).  What could I do to solidify the intended connection?  And is the intended connection even apparent?

Thanks –



Song of the Day – February 24, 2015

No real story with this one, just a marginally interesting twist.  Too much of a review?  It feels like it needs a more clearly defined purpose.

Today’s SotD

SotD February 17, 2015 – Sappy Songs Week

No time left to write.  My shortest SotD yet.  Attempted a “fill-in-the-blank” story with purposefully repetitive sentence fluency.  Does it work?

SotD February 17

Sappy Songs Week Begins with Today’s SotD

In honor of Valentine’s Day, the sap will flow this week.  Today’s SotD was the number one song on the US charts exactly 30 years ago.

Feedback request – I don’t much care for the beginning of my second paragraph.  It’s too bland and very textbook in style.  Any ideas on how to improve it?

Many thanks.

Song of the Day – A Return to Simple

Song of the Day posts have been too heavy lately.  I’ve lightened it up with another installment of Guilty Pleasure Music.  It’s a blend of memoir (surprise) and expository.  The historical stuff is totally made up.  I probably should just cut it out and I’m not even clear why it’s there.

Keep it as is?

Cut it out?

Keep it, but do my homework?

Thank you-


Song of the Day – From High Up on the Soapbox

Too preachy?

SotD – February 9, 2015

SotD – February 7, 2015

I don’t care for the second to last sentence and am open to suggestions.  I think it’s awkwardly phrased and the verb is weak.  Please help.  Thank you.

The start of the next hundred.  Dedicated to Mr. P, my second dad.