A to Z 2017 Theme: Rocks to Throw At A Hero Who Is Up A Tree!
Robin Carr, a well-published author describes a talented author as "someone who chases her hero up a tree and then throws rocks at her."
Puh-puh-please! Bear with me on this one. I Promised to Participate but 'P' has me Perplexed!
Maybe we should start with Genre.
Pioneer Trail: finding water, hot sun, bad guys, cattle rustlers, ruts in the road-lots and lots of ruts.
Plains Indians: Friendlies, not-so-friendlies,
Posse's; Good guys hunting for the bad guys, bad guys pretending to be good guys hunting down the real good guy, impulse management issues, hitting a moving target with a six-gun from a galloping horse.
Pewter Spatoons: ew! (No Google to look up how to spell spatoons, spetoons, spitoons, sputoons, spotoons?)
Puzzles: Who done it?
Package: What's in it? Where did it come from? Where did it go?
Place: Fog and Mist, Haunted House, Cabin in the Woods, Manhattan Penthouse,
Planets: colliding, blowing up, being attacked
Planetary Anomalies: Volcano, Pacific Rim Collapse, World Wide Earthquakes
Para Beam: Light of paralysis
Parenthood Lottery: You get one and you don't!
Passion: His? Hers? Unwanted? Desired but M.I.A? Gone (sad face!)?
Poem: Mysterious author? Threatening? Promising? Anonymous?
Party: Dancing? No dancing? Can't dance because of a hole in the back of your only party dress?
Phantom: Opera, Grand Ole Opry, Cabin In The Woods (beware cabins in the woods!) Corn Field
Pitchfork: Which would probably include Puddles of Plasma!
Poltergeist: Just a tad bit friendlier than Phantom!
Paizogony: Too busy fooling around to see the guy in the hockey mask sneak up on them?
Oops! Gotta go.
Picking my granddaughter up. She is on a Plane from the East Coast coming to visit Nana!