~ By Absolutely*Kate
Frankie and Joannie were lovers and OH how Frankie delectably loved. He nibbled her in the morning, he savoured her in afternoon delights and he practically ate her up with his eyes come the time she prepared their evening post-suppertime surprise.
Sometimes Joannie went into squeeze frenzy with the Reddi Whip; sometimes she lathered on Cool Whip nice and slow, tantalizing swirls wherever the heart deco spatula wantonly wanted to go. Lickety*Splits was one of their favourite inventive tasty treat distractions. Frankie would ladle hot molten fudge wherever he preferred a pool or puddle of decadent, deep dark chunky chocolate to rivulet out an audible "Oh My" sigh, topping off their satisfaction-attraction.
Somedays, it got so that the manager of the Niles-Vienna A&P had to ask them not to use the main aisle so frequently. The lines for the Pillsbury/Smuckers TasteOff were blocking senior citizens and new mothers on double-coupon day.
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Absolutely*Kate believes in believers and has moxie. (The world needs more moxie.) Her writings and some of the most tantalizing folks she knows show up at the quick flick of a #FridayFlash, on the streets of 6 Sentences, barkering a Twilight Carnival Issu, at posterous for posterity, within a whole shebang of dashing online sites, zine-scenes, crime scenes, print pages and she's even writing some apps for that ~ with The Art Department of international artist/sculptor Tom Antonishak for Apple and iPhone / iPad . . . You'll find her ever under the klieg lights she creates AT THE BIJOU, her double*features site for proudly showcasing writers’ raves to readers’ faves. As half the talent of the duet with the local lit wit, Harry B Sanderford in creating "The Prints And The Popper", a murdery mystery matinee weekend screen gem, she proses her part to double the fun. Writer/designer, promoter/publisher, she’s captaining the courageous HARBINGER*33, heralding 33 authors, 3 artists and 3 authenticators setting sail, followed by five more books in the harbour now. Naturally, she wishes you ~ “Fair Winds; Favourable Seas!”