Tag Archives: Writing

I, Humpty & Grimm Report Featured On Public Radio

18 Nov

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Author, Eric Wilder (that’s me), was part of a panel discussion on NPR’s Rochester affiliate WXXI. What words of wisdom did he bestow upon the listening public? Click the link and find for yourself!

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Let him know where he got it wrong in the comments section below. Cheers!

 

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I, Humpty is Now Available in Four Formats

21 Oct

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I, Humpty is now available for purchase in four different formats. You can get buy the paperback on amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. There is a hardcover book also available. The ebook is available on amazon.com. I, Humpty is also available as an audiobook on iTunes and audible.com. You are invited to take a look, or listen… or both. Cheers!

Grimm Report Podcast for August 4th, 2014

4 Aug

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Excerpts from the book I, Humpty. There is less then one week left to the Kickstarter campaign. Allison Christie reports!

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Grimm Report Podcast for July 22nd, 2014

22 Jul

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What’s afoot with the Five Little Piggies? Have you seen this old man? The Grimm Report Podcast with Allison Christie!

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Annual Archery Contest Attracting Big Names

3 Jul

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A Special Report By Grimm Report Chief Bullseye Correspondent,
Jocelyn Koehler
http://teamblood.org | @jocelynk414

This year’s annual legendary archery contest has seen a resurgence in popularity, perhaps in part due to the attention the sport has been getting in film and television, as well as the recent changes to the contest rules. Since the contest’s organizers dropped several requirements, the pool of potential competitors has grown.

Here are the top contenders according to the International/Interplanar Archery Association rankings:

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Achilles Frustrated by Hole in Health Care Coverage

26 Jun
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A Special Report By Grimm Report Chief Health Care Correspondent,
Larry Shampoe
idiotprufs.com | @idiotprufs

The Greek warrior Achilles has recently become vocal about his dissatisfaction with his health care coverage. “Ridiculous waiting lists, exorbitant dinars out-of-pocket, and an inexplicable hole in my coverage,” were just some of the phrases used by Achilles to describe his frustration.

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Boat Rower Realizes He’s Dreamed His Life Away

12 Jun
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MIMS, FL–Rower and frequent daydreamer, Thad Hull, spent the entirety of his adult life rowing day-in and day-out down the gentle stream of the St. Johns River. And for 20 plus years that brought him a great deal of merriment. But today, on the morning of his 40th birthday, Mr. Hull awoke to the startling realization that if he did not change is way soon he may find himself up the proverbial creek without a paddle. He now longs for something other than the catatonic bliss induced by mindless repetitive motion, if he could only figure out what that is.

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Little Man Offers New Lead in Search for Bitcoin Inventor

15 Apr
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A Special Report By Grimm Report Chief Financial Scheme Correspondent,
Jocelyn Koehler
http://teamblood.org | @jocelynk414

A strange, bearded little man was discovered chortling to himself as he read a recent news article which alleges that Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto is the mysterious inventor of Bitcoin. “Yeah, right,” the little man said. “As if he has the skill set to spin gold from virtual straw!”

When this reporter suggested the possibility that leprechauns (long known to produce unstable currency that tends to vanish soon after the recipient stores it) were behind Bitcoin, the man got angry.

“Leprechauns? Are you kidding me? Those frauds!” he cried, stomping his feet into the ground. “I’m the brains behind the straw-into-gold business. Basic alchemy! But in the early days, I could only work with one client at a time, so the returns weren’t stellar. Not to mention, firstborn children are less useful as currency nowadays…so many questions about where you got them, you know. I had to find a new way to make money. But then the Internet came along, and I thought, this is the future.”

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Committee Seeks Stable Solutions To Keep London Bridges From Falling Down

10 Apr
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LONDON, ENGLAND–The Committee Responsibly Updating Most Bridges Londoners Enjoy, or C.R.U.M.B.L.E., is piecing together options on how best to keep London bridges from falling down. Heading up C.R.U.M.B.L.E.’s efforts as Chairwoman is Terry Bridges, a lady whose judgement is known to be tough, but fair. “C.R.U.M.B.L.E. has gathered solutions from Britain’s top engineering firms,” said Bridges. “After we’ve reviewed them all, we will issue a report breaking down our recommendations.”

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Young Astronomer Discovers Twinkling Little Star

8 Apr

CARY, NC–At about 8:02 p.m. last night, a young astronomer named Emma was astonished by the discovery of a new star, “twinkling like a diamond in the sky.” She is still determining what to call it. For those who would like to catch a glimpse of this newfound wonder, the young astronomer stated that it’s exact location is, “…up above the world so high.” Continue reading