Tag: maine

  • Up To My Old Tricks

    I’ve been making magic wands and laser engraving fun magical quotes on them. “You had the power all along, my dear.” Glenda the Good Witch, or “I put a spell on you, because you’re mine.” Screaming Jay Hawkins, or my favorite,“I speak for the trees, for the trees have no tongues.” The Lorax. JEMTOY magic…

  • The Alien

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    The first wave of mini UFOs invaded our earth unmanned, controlled remotely by an invisible force from outer space. Who could it be? Men from Mars? Women from Venus? The Tralfamadorians? It soon became clear with the arrival of the second wave, little starships piloted by aliens. See their clear cut faces ominously catch the…

  • Best in the World!

    Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Swamp Boggers in the book SNOTGRASS by J.E.Moores.  

  • Toys at Gibbs Library

    Gibbs Library in Washington, Maine has some of my Mythical Maine JEMTOYs on display to support the launch of my book, Snotgrass which contains all kinds of strange critters that creep through the muck and mire of Maine. If you’re in the area, take a photo in front of the display case and tag me –…

  • Ripped Off Again!

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    Philly Lou Bird is upset that he’s part of my book, Snotgrass. Don’t worry, I intend to donate half the profits to protect the endangered mythical creatures here in Maine. Be sure and do your part, download the Kindle version of Snotgrass today, and have a laugh or two. Here’s a preview from the book,…

  • Spring is here!

    Philly Lou Bird, Swamp Bogger, and the Yupapotamus are all characters found in my book, Snotgrass. If you enjoy Maine humor, bouffant hairdos, or stories of strange mythical creatures, check it out on Amazon as a Kindle Download.  

  • Spring Has Sprung

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    It’s been a long winter here in Maine. It’s been especially rough on Philly Lou Bird who forgot to migrate south. These characters are in my latest book called Snotgrass. It is full of Maine Humor, Bouffant Hairdos, and Mythical Beasts. Check it out!

  • Beware the Pogonip!

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    I grew up in Maine, and my grandfather always farmed using his Old Farmer’s Almanac as a resource. Every winter the almanac warns: Beware the Pogonip. I remember not knowing what Pogonip was, so my young imagination came up with some sort of winter beast that preyed on small unsuspecting Maine kids. Later on I found…