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BS & Donkey Dust #27 - Tuesday, February 19, 2013 Colorado   Springs, CO Where the prairie ends and the west begins Hello the blogiverse and all you ethernet surfers out there in the electronic haze . . . Today is a special day for a couple of reasons.  First, we're proud, happy, and excited to announce that ten of the best-loved stories from the award winning Neversink Chronicles are now available individually on your Kindle eReader for less than a dollar!  That's right for just 99 cents you can enjoy your favorite chronicle.  Check it out by requesting John Dwaine McKenna on your Kindle.  They'll pop right up.  Tell your friends . . . and enjoy! The other reason today is special is because it's Ms. June's (Mrs. McKenna) birthday.
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Is Anyone There?

 by: John Dwaine McKenna BS & Donkey Dust #26 Tuesday, 1/30/2013 Colorado Springs, CO

Where the prairie ends and the west begins

Hello the blogiverse and all you ethernet surfers out there in the electronic haze . . . Is anybody there?  Is anyone reading this?  H E L L O ?  Anybody out there . . . please call or write.  Let me know we're not alone . . . Hey seriously, I've just finished reading two great novels.  The first is The Hot Country, by Robert Olen Butler.  It's historical fiction about the Mexican Civil War and Pancho Villa.  The second one is Gun
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The Denver Broncos Morning After Blues

The Denver Broncos Morning After Blues

 

BS & Donkey Dust #25 - Sunday, January 13, 2013 Colorado Springs, CO Where the prairie ends and the west begins Bronco Nation, of which I am a member, is in mourning today after Saturday’s hard-fought, but stunning loss to the Baltimore Ravens in the bitter cold of Denver’s Invesco Field at Mile High Stadium.  I don’t do shoudda-woudda-coudda, leaving that to the sports nerds and Monday morning quarterbacks.  Instead, I’ll just thank the team for a great 13-4 season, and Peyton Manning for raising everybody’s expectations, game so high.  2012 will live in our collective memories as the almost season.  They almost did it.  Almost got
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BS & Donkey Dust # 24

Happy New Year

BS & Donkey Dust # 24 - January 08, 2013 Colorado   Springs, Colorado Where the prairie ends and the west begins   Hello the blogiverse and all you ethernet surfers out there in the electronic haze . . . Well, it's the New Year already and I need to get my act together . . . No more missed blogs; I promise.  Cross-my-heart and stuff.  I won't.  I won't forget to post these. The Whim-Wham Man is starting to generate good press with reviews in The Pueblo Chieftain, The Tri-Lakes Tribune and on Amazon.  Many thanks to all those leaving reviews on eBooks too! --JDM
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You’re An Idiot If . . .

BS & Donkey Dust # 23 - December 19, 2012 Colorado Springs, CO Where the prairie ends and the west begins Hello blogiverse and all of you ethernet surfers out there in the electronic haze . . . So . . . What are you planning to do the day after tomorrow, Friday the 21st of December 2012 . . . the day the world is supposed to end according to some ding-dongs and talking heads out there who got the information straight from their decoder ring that's dialed in to the rhythms of the cosmos . . . HEY OUT THERE - - - CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? Anyone who believes that the date is 12-21-12 is the last day IS AN IDIOT!! An 'edjit' as my old Irish gramma would've said. A stone fecking edjit. See you next Wednesday 12-26-12. --JDM
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Turkey Day Recap

BS & Donkey Dust #22 - November 28,2012 Colorado   Springs, CO Where the prairie ends and the west begins Hello the blogiverse and all you internet surfers out there in the electronic haze . . . Wow!  I don't know about you but I'm still so full of turkey and football that I am almost in a coma.  That was Friday the twenty-third. On Saturday, the twenty-fourth, we were in Monument, Colorado signing copies of The Whim-Wham Man and The Drift.  Met a lot of new friends and signed a lot of books and had a jolly old time with Tommie and Paula who run The Covered Treasures Bookstore.  Monument is a beautiful small town that's about twenty miles north of Colorado Springs  and twenty miles south of Castle Rock; right on I-25.
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