Category Archives: screwball comedy

Guest: Author Iris Chacon

I knew that I had to ask Iris Chacon in as a guest as soon as I read her “Schifflebein’s Folly”. It was one of the nicest experiences I have had all year; a charming story so amusingly well-told that … Continue reading

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Three Stories For Your Consideration

I wrote a longer post earlier in the week to post for today, but I got to thinking: It’s Halloween tomorrow, so I decided that I would take a moment and ask for comments  on no less than three supernatural … Continue reading

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A Screwball Hoot from Bayou Land

My Review of Cajun Gold (by Ron Barthet) By Jeff Salter About nine weeks ago, I invited a former classmate from southeast Louisiana to be my Guest Hound… and I had a great time asking Ron Barthet all sorts of … Continue reading

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Guest Hound, Ron Barthet

Welcome to a Face from the Past By Jeff Salter Today’s Guest Hound graduated with me from Covington [LA] High School in 1968, but it’s entirely possible he hardly even knew me. You see, my sophomore year was in Mt. … Continue reading

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When You’re NOT the Star

Supporting Players in Fiction By Jeff Salter Let me start with a few comments about “unsung” characters in movies and popular fiction… before I discuss a few of my own characters who fit that description. As some of you (who’ve … Continue reading

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Wanna Cure That Man-Cold?

  Use Christine’s “Scare Cure” By Jeff Salter I can’t remember the last time I shared a short excerpt excerpt from my screwball comedy, “Curing the Uncommon Man-Cold”. A stubborn boyfriend with the sniffles is the last thing Amanda needs … Continue reading

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