“This is Reginald Swinebottom presents. Welcome to Day 15 of Blogmas 2018. Grab your mittens and let’s get crackin’!”
“This is Reginald Swinebottom presents. Welcome to Day 14 of Blogmas 2018. Heaven help us today…”
“Hello and this is Reginald Swinebottom presents. Welcome to Day 13 of of our Blogmas 2018 Premiere. Please, join us today for another excruciating “Terrible Poetry” reading! The goal is to write a truly terrible poem–extra points for jolts of revulsion and sudden aches of terror. Join the brouhaha at Chelsea Ann Owen’s blog. Enter and join the fun, or subscribe to her page for future updates–if you dare.
The theme is: Parody of “‘Twas The Night Before Christmas”
Welcome to Day 12 of Blogmas 2018. We’re halfway through Blogmas! I’m reposting a sample paragraph or two of my novel here for you to read. Enjoy, my little Arcians. Ker-kaw!
Like what you read? Thirsty for more? Then scurry on over and consider picking up a copy for Christmas. You can choose between ebook and paperback. If you have Kindle Unlimited, it’s currently free. Parts of the novel take place at Christmas time so feel free to bring it to your family gathering. Prop it up against your glass of egg nog and dig in, my friend.
And have no fear when someone gives you a peculiar look at the dinner table. You’re reading literature, after all.
Welcome to Day 11 of Blogmas 2018. Today we’re going to do a little soft shoe and look at a few of the author’s favorite YouTube Videos. Sit back and enjoy…”
“Welcome to Day….Day…10, is it? Of Blogmas 2018. This is your host, Reginald Swinebottom. Today we are celebrating reaching 100 blog posts on Peregrine Arc! The 100th went up yesterday, so break out the wine and grape soda, because we’ve done it!
“While you’re here, won’t you join the Arcian family? We’re trying to get to 100 subscribers! Just click that subscribe link and shimmy on over. If you like a book, check out Memory Bound and all its goodness. It’s a horror novel and yes! Parts of it take place at Christmas time.
“Today we’re venturing outside the stage into the author’s journey of finding a writing desk. It all starts on a cold, December evening. There’s a touch of frost in the air and you can see Jack Frost has visited the windows of many store fronts…”
It’s a shorty but goodie here today. Please check out the below videos for three of my favorite Deaf Culture skits I’ve seen performed in American Sign Language (ASL). And yes, two are by the same person. Because he’s awesome.
Learn a little about Deaf culture, Arcians. You’ll open doors of communication and be able to find new ways of cursing. I mean learning. A language. Because ASL is a language. And it’s wonderful. I absolutely love ASL.
“Hello and this is Blogmas Day 8. Mr. Swinebottom is with me tonight once again (yay!) and we’re going to talk about a few of our favorite charities. It’s the Christmas season and here at Peregrine Arc, we are givers and believe in paying it forward!
“Come on in, have a candy cane and click that subscribe button to become part of the Arican family. Ker-kaw, ker-kaw! Move your tail feathers and let’s begin!”
“Hello and this is Blogmas Day 7. Mr. Swinebottom is with me tonight as we review five of our Christmas favorites. Get some cocoa and let’s read! And hey, while you’re here, feel free to share your favorites below. Mr. Swinebottom may reply personally!
As usual with Peregrine Arc blogs, anything underlined has a link leading to what it’s mentioning. Enjoy and click that subscribe button to become part of the Arican family. Ker-kaw!
“Hello and this is Reginald Swinebottom presents. Welcome to Day 6 of of our Blogmas 2018 Premiere. Please, join us today for a Terrible Poetry Reading. Yes, it really is a terrible poetry contest–emphasis on the terrible. We’re signed up with Chelsea Ann Owens for her most recent poetry contest. Enter and join the fun, or subscribe to her page for future updates.
The theme is: That Object That Always Breaks in Your House…