dennis scharnberg

bingo bango bongo

Any conflicting perspective was regarded by Melanie as a personal assault, of unspeakable cruelty.

Stephanie Biggers,  Cat Farming in Nigeria.

kicking the can

Let us replace things that work with things that feel good.

Tate LaBianca,  Four and Twenty Blackbirds.

pick a card

Her face was pallid, as she lurked about on the lawn.  But that’s what moonlight will do.

Bertrand Thorne,  Death on the Manor.

down the corridor

“Oh, not at all Jane.  I’m glad that I cannot remember it.  That way, I might be surprised.”

Myrtle Mawby,  Cabinets and Drawers, a Novel.

it is done

Societal order cannot be purchased.

Seth Palingroom,  The Philosophies of Cultural Exhaustion.

on the prowl

Deconstruction is the insinuating warm-up act for destruction plain and simple.  The ultimate intention is to rid.

Nigel Swarbrick,  A Bootful of Nails.

beware of actors

“Little things tell big stories,” said Lieutenant Pickering.  “And stories are all we have.”

Herbert Fallowes,  Unfit for Murder.

shelter in falsehood

“Constance is what I call terribly pretty,”  stated Winslow.  “Terribly, terribly pretty.”

Devona Twilly,  Shallowness, a Novel.