There’s a Bad Moon in Your Eyes…

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“There’s a Bad Moon in Your Eyes…” was the final story in the original batch of Bruce and Roxanne tales. The first edition of the chapbook was published in 2006, and remember, the stories were several years older than that, so these were early in my fledgling career. Still, something about these crazy kids caught the imaginations of readers, and they were definitely my most popular characters before The Conn-Mann Chronicles came into being.

Six months after the Zombie attack, things are going well at “The Stuck Pig.” Bruce has even won The Silver Skewer from the Bar-B-Que Lovers of America. Madame Rose has established a tea room and consulting area in the parlor.

Outside a storm is raging, but when Bruce goes to take out the trash, he gets more than he bargained for. This time it is up to Roxanne and Rose to save the day…with the help of a bit of rum.

You may have noticed a predilection for puns in my titles. I love a good pun. Along with alliteration, they form the basis of most of my titles. A good title is extremely important to any work of art. There are several ways to come up with them. From the above starts to a random title generator. I used one of those to find the title for The Luckless Prince. Here is a good list of them by genre (There are pop-ups…sorry about that…but it is a great list.)

Don’t forget, the Kindle version of Bruce and Roxanne from Start to Finnish is available here, and the paperback is here. (And if anyone would like a signed copy, that can be arranged. Just drop me a line at riewriter@gmail.com.)

About RieSheridanRose

Rie Sheridan Rose multitasks. A lot. Her short stories appear in numerous anthologies, including Nightmare Stalkers and Dream Walkers Vols. 1 and 2,  and Killing It Softly. She has authored twelve novels, six poetry chapbooks, and lyrics for dozens of songs. She tweets as @RieSheridanRose.
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