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Wednesday, 1 December 2010

Some Ancient Haiku for You!


This week's theme: antique






The Hating GameNow for something that is not an antique or a haiku, but which is worthy of mention is Talli Roland's novel THE HATING GAME which has been universally rated five stars
SYNOPSIS: When man-eater Mattie Johns agrees to star on a dating game show to save her ailing recruitment business, she's confident she'll sail through to the end without letting down the perma-guard she's perfected from years of her love 'em and leave 'em dating strategy. After all, what can go wrong with dating a few losers and hanging out long enough to pick up a juicy £2,000,000 prize? Plenty, Mattie discovers, when it's revealed that the contestants are four of her very unhappy exes. Can Mattie confront her past to get the prize money she so desperately needs, or will her exes finally wreak their long-awaited revenge? And what about the ambitious TV producer whose career depends on stopping her from making it to the end?

14 comments:

  1. Except for the old acked minging vase the haiku's and the ideas in all of them are priceless!!

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  2. Oh I did enjoy these Madeleine!

    The last one cracked me up!

    (pun not intended until after I'd written it!)

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  3. AFter all these years, I'm still unable to grab the concept of haiku. Impressed with the old man though. Only three teeth left in his entire mouth and yet he still feels he has plenty to smile widely about.

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  4. Ah Tracy you need to read my post: http://scribbleandedit.blogspot.com/2010/11/have-you-ever-wanted-to-write-haiku.html and get yourself a haiku partner! :O)

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  5. Amazing haikus!
    Loving every bit of them!
    I am so in AWE!

    Sorry, my haikus are very bad!! I love yours though - wonderful!!!!

    Yay for Talli!!! Take care
    x

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  6. amazing Haiku, I could have done without gramps funny piccie tho'
    its amazing what our online community can do, did u know talli is at #40 on Amamzon UK already?

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  7. Fabulous haiku today, loved them all :) Looks like you have some friends who are dying to join us... coax them for next week!!

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  8. Loved your Haiku.....and the piccies!

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  9. Funny, I have an incredible urge to shampoo that carpet! Loved your antiques!

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  10. I agree with Tracy about the old guy - and the Haiku. I should read your have-you-ever-wanted-to-write-haiku post too. Going to take a look now. :)
    Yay Talli!

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  11. If I had to choose I would like to be the bed if I am antique but I know that is not where I am headed LOL! Wonderful Haiku you've done this week!

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  12. Wow, go you with the haikus! I like the somewhat minging!

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