Below is a guest blog by my Sweetums, who had a former career as a law officer. Happy New Year to all of you and thanks for following along. -- Kelly Kazek By Wil Elrick It was 11:55 p.m. on December 31 and the apocalypse was going to happen in five minutes. I was a… Continue reading We survived a New Year’s apocalypse and a year from hell so let’s welcome 2021 with hope: Guest blog
Month: December 2020
The night he met Santa: a guest blog by Sweetums
The story below is a guest post by Wil Elrick, aka Sweetums. By Wil Elrick I am sure by now it’s not a big secret that I was raised in a rather small family and that always led to a small Christmas growing up. When I hear people talk about the big family Christmases, I… Continue reading The night he met Santa: a guest blog by Sweetums
Merry Christmas, Y’all!
I hope this weird Christmas is a happy one! Thanks for following the blog.
In my South, the motto is peace, love and biscuits
Below is an excerpt from a column originally published on It's a Southern Thing. Click here to read the full column now. Some people wonder, what makes the South the South? Is it the borders of a group of states? The food? The mindset? Why do we Southerners think of ourselves as having an “otherness,”… Continue reading In my South, the motto is peace, love and biscuits
The back story to the names in my new children’s book will make your heart grow 3 sizes
As some of you know, "A Southern Night Before Christmas," my second children's book, was released last month. It was published by the company I write for, It's a Southern Thing, and beautifully illustrated by Michelle Hazelwood Hyde. You can buy copies here. I wanted to share a sweet little backstory. In the book, I… Continue reading The back story to the names in my new children’s book will make your heart grow 3 sizes