My Blog Week: Sept 2 to Sept 8

My Blog Week: Sept 2 to Sept 8All the Latest from Torsade!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My Blog Week: Sept 2 to Sept 8

Cartoon of the Week: Sackcloth and Ashes for Nothing

 

 


 

Êlucide, in this week’s A Figure from the Common Lot, slips outside in the dark when she can’t sleep; sees no harm in doing as she pleases. On Monday, episode two of poem-story Haunt of Thieves; Tuesday, Sequence of Events began a new chapter, “You’ll Be Happy to Know This, Sir”, in which Stanley looks useful to Phillip, and Bruner delivers an assignment’s results. Wednesday, a new episode of The Totem-Maker, and the end of chapter three, with the character receiving confidences from two visitors. On Thursday, the weekly segment of Catastrophe, discussing the island’s racial politics. On Friday, another piece from the novella Celebrated, in which Tom has his wish, and slips a little farther down his slope. And on Saturday, the latest Yoharie, telling more of Hibbler’s bargain with Todwillow.
Images on my posts usually have a link to related information (click first image), sometimes serious, sometimes whimsical, sometimes in answer to a direct reference. Since people can be leery about links, I include them here: what they are, what sites they point to.

 


 

My Blog Week: Sept 2 to Sept 8

 

A Figure from the Common Lot: Élucide (part two)
September 2

Country Living; The difference between dinner and supper

 

Sequence of Events: “You’ll Be Happy to Know This, Sir” (part one)
September 4

Legends of America: Speakeasies of the Prohibition Era

 

The Totem-Maker: I Am the Cause (part five)
September 5

My You Tube Channel

 

La Catastrophe de la Martinique: twenty-one
September 6

Wikipédia: short bio on Denis Guibert (last deputy for Saint-Pierre)

 

Celebrated (part three)
September 7

American Rhetoric: anaphora

 

Yoharie: Neighborhood Watch (part four)
September 8

Cleveland.com: Can Michigan beat Ohio State?

 

 


 

New Old Posts

 

Haunt of Thieves: part two
September 3

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