Bad Limerick Wednesday

I’m getting back to writing Underdead #3 and what better way to limber up the writing muscles than…bad limericks?

I’m posting the first Wedneday Limerick on Tuesday as it clearly is in the spirit of limericks to do so.

There once was a common code
That got right up Liz Jasper’s node
she dripped and sneezed
And snorted and wheezed
But the damned thing would not gode!

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16 responses to “Bad Limerick Wednesday

      • I don’t like colds at all but i am constantly getting another cold.I f your throat is sore i suggest a glass of hot tea with a teaspoon of honey and a little bit of lemon juice.

  1. Love your limerick!

    Just finished reading Crimson -stayed up all night – couldn’t put it down. I can hardly wait for your next book. Get over that cold!

    • Hi Susan-of-the-awesome-email-username, (I’ve spent the last day and a half with the cat lounging on me so there was no chance that detail would escape me.) Thanks! I spent some quality time between 3 and 4 in the morning trying to decide if the funny aches (roof of mouth–who aches there?) meant I had a cold or the flu. So needless to say, I am a wee bit tired today and waking up to your comment put an extra big smile on my face. Thank you!

  2. I just finished Underdead 1 & 2. For the second time….waiting for 3 oh so patiently….ok not so much with that last part…but I really loved the series! Keep em comin! Thanks! Ps I get through them too quick…make them longer…hee hee

    • Jessica, Thanks! That keeps me going as I write #3. Making a note here to ramble on and on and on in this next one. Lol. It’s funny, the books are longer than the average mystery but they seem short to some readers. I’ll take that as it’s going by fast as you read it, which is awesome. (Like how I complimented myself there? Nice, huh?) So very cool that you have read them twice. Big smile here. πŸ™‚

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