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Writing Craft for Lone Wolves and Authors on a Budget By Piper Bayard Sshh! I have a secret. I’ve never said it out loud, but I’m going to share it with you – because you need to know. I’m an … Read the rest

Bayard & Holmes Headway . . . A Tribute to Unbreakable Spirits     We dedicate today’s post to Piper’s son, who is entering Marine OCS this weekend, as well as to all those who refuse to give up.  

By Piper Bayard & Jay Holmes Every now and then, we here at Bayard & Holmes are reassured that not all of the political crack heads in the democratic world reside in the US Congress or the White House. As … Read the rest

By Piper Bayard Kentucky Fried Chicken introduces its Chicken Corsage just in time for prom, and they’re going like hotcakes . . . or at least like chicken and waffles. Now You Can Go to Prom with a Fried Chicken … Read the rest

By Piper Bayard Just released! Holmes and I used our special connections (a telephone call to each other for a snark session) to uncover the White House plans for dealing with the new $85 billion budget cuts. This is what … Read the rest

Montserrat Moms Strip to Save their Children’s Bus Route Far be it from the Spanish to screw around with bake sales. Blogs and Articles in No Particular Order New York Times Best Selling Author Bob Mayer asks How Have Things … Read the rest

By Piper Bayard Fall. The time when the years of bottles, diapers, potty training, play dates, eaten refrigerator magnets and beans up noses culminate in that most memorable of days, the First Day of Kindergarten. The day when mothers finally … Read the rest

By Piper Bayard My son is a geek. . . . It’s ok. I’m not insulting him. He’s very comfortable with the fact that he is a geek. He knows that geeks, especially those of the engineering variety, have high … Read the rest

By Jay Holmes After six months of listening to so many dire predictions of “stalemate,” events in Libya have entered a period of rapid change. The rebel council now controls most of the coastal cities. Uncle Momo’s second wife, his … Read the rest

By Jay Holmes United States Secretary of Education Arne Duncan recently declared that the Detroit, Michigan school system is a national disgrace. He is right. Some politically sensitive types in Detroit were offended by this. They should, instead, be offended by … Read the rest


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