Vice Pres. Elect Mike Pence, leading Republican Senators John McCain, Lindsay Graham; Representative Paul Ryan, Kevin McCarthy, and other Republican leaders, wait patiently for the new President Elect to be sworn in. The following day, those Republicans, led by VP Pence, invoke the 25th Amendment, declaring President Trump unfit for office.
Thursday, December 22, 2016
Look for Tiffany's book soon. Click the links to view and order!
'A Sports Junkie'
'The Avery Appointment'
'Twisted Logic: 50 Edgy Flash Fiction Stories'
'The Toughest Hundred Dollars & Other Rock & Roll Stories'
'Between the Fuzzy Parts: A Collection of Rare Moments'
Also visit Tiffany and Larry's Amazon author pages.
Larry Manch is an author, teacher, guitar player, freelance writer, and columnist. Besides books, he writes about sports for Season Tickets, food and travel on Miles & Meals, and music/guitars on The Backbeat.
Larry lives in Central Texas with his wife and family.
Posted by Larry at 8:02:00 AM
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
If you are looking for unicorns, kittens, or rainbow butterflies, you are not going to find them here. That is because these stories have an edge to them. Kittens are soft and fluffy. These stories are anything but.
It's all in fun, because it's fiction, right?
In Twisted Logic: 50 Edgy Flash Fiction Stories, you will find some (attempted) humor, a lot of sarcasm, some parody, and satire. I poked fun at any and all topics on which I saw a need or an opening, all in the name of entertainment.
Monday, November 21, 2016
Pete Rose is surely one of the most infamous characters in baseball history. It is widely known that Rose was banned from baseball for betting on games and for lying about it. Because he is on baseball's ineligible list, he is also not eligible for Hall of Fame consideration. Rose recently applied to Commissioner Rob Manfred for reinstatement; however, there is probably zero chance it will happen. Why does Major League Baseball need to punish Rose for life?
Monday, November 7, 2016
There once was a young Texas man who was poised to take the world of football by storm. He burst onto the college scene, ran roughshod over his opponents en route to a prestigious award, and then rushed off to become an NFL star. Unfortunately, things didn't work out so well, and he disappeared at age 23 into the nether world of the has-beens.
Thursday, October 27, 2016
|The Bartman seat at Wrigley Field.|
Photo by Cubfanwooss.
Saturday, October 22, 2016
For many Houston Astros fans, Milo Hamilton was the voice of the team. He called Astros games on radio for 28 years, and at his recent death, was lauded by many as one of the greatest of all time. Not everyone, though, thought Milo was the best. At least one iconic announcer and one newspaper reporter were not fans of Hamilton.