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Internet Dating Sites

Fifteen years ago I wrote an article about Internet dating titled Internet Dating Sites, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. It’s amazing how some things change, some things remain the same, some get better, some get worse. After a … Continue reading

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Five Sentence Mystery by Ethan Holmes

Five Sentence Mystery Miriam came out of her stupor and abruptly realized she was staring out the kitchen window while holding a small hatchet that fit a little too easily in her small hand. Her dark, red-rimmed eyes traveled from … Continue reading

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How Long Do You Leave Christmas Up?

  You know, the tree, the lights, the outside decorations, the fake snowman and reindeer in the front yard? Take the poll at the bottom of this blog but first, enjoy a short story about it from Ethan Holmes titled … Continue reading

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The Girl on the Train, Review by Ethan Holmes

This is a review of The Girl on the Train by author Ethan Holmes. I rarely drop a book in mid-read and yet I find myself doing this multiple times during the past year or two. I bought the book … Continue reading

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Asking Why, Not Expecting Answers

I’m asking why, not expecting answers. I’m Ethan Holmes. Yes, I’m weird. Yes, I have strange thoughts running through my head. These are things that cross my brain when the traffic in my head slows down. Why does it take … Continue reading

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A Lonely, Lonely Man

A Lonely, Lonely Man By Ethan Holmes He sets his head upon the pillow, as he has done many thousands of nights before, embraced only by the confined dark of the room, wrapped solely in the silence that comes with … Continue reading

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Water Shortages, Rain Doesn’t Fix It

Water is the single most precious resource on the planet, not oil. A couple of days of rain doesn’t mean there’s water and the global shortages are all gone. Humans tend to be short-sighted like that. Bring on a nice … Continue reading

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A Return To Paperbacks

As an author, I’m making a return to paperbacks. Not that I ever left. Back in May of last year, I wrote a blog titled The Death of Ebooks. Sales of ebooks have dropped significantly as device owners change the … Continue reading

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Ten Things That Burn My Biscuits

I have ten things that burn my biscuits. Actually, I lied. (You’re supposed to lie on the Internet, aren’t you? It’s the Internet.) I have way more than ten things that burn my biscuits. I’m going to limit it to … Continue reading

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Thankful on Thanksgiving

I’m thankful on Thanksgiving. Hell, I’m thankful on any day I wake up and see I’m still alive. I don’t really need a particular day to be grateful for some very simple things. For instance, I’m grateful that I have … Continue reading

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