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The all new Cannibal Party

Literally.

Isn’t it about the only taboo the Dems have left to break?

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The Broad Squad

Imagine these overlord-lites stomping on your remaining Liberties for the rest of their lives, because…

  1. They possess no otherwise-marketable skills.
  2. They have grown accustomed to the luxury and prestige of their suddenly-6-figure salaries (not to mention all the golden perks).
  3. They feed like Vampires off the annoyance/angst/anger of any who are forced to submit to their demands, like congressional-committee questioning.
  4. Now hooked on the legislator’s Power-to-Command and Control we commoners, there is no going back to the real-world for these creatures.
  5. Nothing – save Death – could possibly substitute for nor satisfactorily satiate their Swampborn addiction to demanding obedience.

 

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Happy “Presidential-aspirations Day!” Celebrate by reading a short-story

Smashwords’ Blurb for “No Respect”:

In the not-too-distant-Future…a snarky power-mad gender-bending Senator (with Presidential aspirations, of course) is having trouble getting respect even in the D.C. Swamp. “They” unexpectedly meet a second soulmate, in the form of a race-bending bodyguard of all people, on a history making supersonic flight back home to Texas.

Short stories as “backstory”

I’m sure I’m not the first writer to figure this out, but it’s becoming clear that the short stories I’ve written since deciding to finally work on my “response” to The Handmaid’s Tale are functioning as backstory of sorts. (Two years ago I gave mine the clunky title, “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Sabayas.”*)

Have a favorite in No Respect? Stay tuned

My plan at the moment is to make the crew and passengers on the supersonic-flight in “No Respect” the main cast in my book. The short stories I’ll do over the next few weeks will, therefore, pick up on one or a pair of these folks, to fill in some Life details and show the perspective they are bringing** to a (totalitarian) Future under Islamic rule, which I see as much more realistic than any future ruled by a fundamental-Christian theocracy that Margaret Atwood’s fifty-shades-of-red-feminist fantasy novel drones on about (or pines for?).


“Dev” from Killer Fries is in this story…

…along with one other from “Killer,” because I realized I could effectively use them in the new novel I’m planning. To accomplish this I amended KF by adding a scene-setting paragraph at the beginning and a new one at the end.

The uploaded story file now includes them. Here’s the updated Smashword’s blurb:

Killer Fries…In which a recurring nightmare leaves a tough man’s man wondering, once again, which really would be scarier: settling down and having a bunch of headstrong kids, or routinely dealing with political monsters that never seem to get their comeuppance soon enough

Thanks for reading my stories!


*Sabaya is the term used by ISIS, at least, for “sex slave”

**insight into Islam and an Islamic theocracy, or total naivte

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For all the Daughters-of-Europa, especially those who’ve forgotten they are one

WeAreTheDaughtersOfEuropa_120db_grab

Does the fighting-spirit always resurface when conditions require it? It appears so.

When I watched THIS #120db (120 decibels) video, I realized they were speaking to me as well as to their sisters in Europe at the proclamation, “We are the daughters of Europa!” My foremothers (and forefathers) came from England, France, and the Netherlands. To be honest, probably a couple of other locales fed my family tree, as well. What a betrayal if I turn my back on my roots, my people.

DaughtersOfEurope_Circular_SquarePoster

My design had to be aggressive, so I looked at Europe’s great national crests and in the end was most inspired by Poland’s. It just so happens they are one of the few countries fighting to preserve themselves against the tsunami of smartphone wielding “refugees” overwhelming Europe. I took many liberties with it, especially modifying it to reflect a desire for Peace, symbolized by the pen-point feathers, combined with the willingness for War if the attempt at peace should fail (swords visible over both shoulders).

America may have split from Britain nearly 250 years ago, but many of us descended from those British upstarts will always have more in common with the “spirit” of Europe than with cultures to the south of America.

SI VIS PACEM, PARA BELLUM!


It’s in my Teespring store now.