Tag: books

Experiences in Refuse

Today’s Holidailies prompt is: “Your best experience getting rid of something.” Okay, is it just me, or are the prompts this year just not getting it done?  I don’t even know where to begin to answer this prompt, because when I get rid of stuff, it’s usually not an experience to be remembered.  I guess, …

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Pass the Word for Mister Lewrie

So, after finishing The King’s Commission, I went straight to the Barnes and Noble website and ordered me up the rest of the damned series. This would be The King’s Privateer, the Gun Ketch, The HMS Cockarel, and The King’s Commander. Oh, and I ordered The French Admiral for my buddy Robert. He is the …

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Horatio Hornblower and Alan Lewrie

Ah, what a wonderful thing sleep can be sometimes. For the most part, I sometimes tend to think upon it as a hinderance in the middle of a really good day. When you’re involved or wish to be involved in something fun, and fatigue sets in, I always get angry at my lack of stamina. …

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