package, parcel, post, pull, please, and if I stick to my blog's main subject, there are jewellery-words like the beads that are made of pearls, peridot, petrified wood, pewter, pietersite, plastic, polyclay, porcelain, prehnite and pyrite, as well as other jewellery-related terms such as paddle pins, pendant, pins, plaques, pliers, polish, pouches, prayer box, prongs, prong pusher and prong lifter. Other crafts and industries have wonderful P-words like painting and printing! Where does it end? With poetry, park, pucker and peck? ("Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers!!") So I 'd better push to get this posted as soon as possible, as the letter "P" will probably be popular!
Actually, I did think of "Pearls and Poison", but I don't have any bottles of poison at home. (We use our cats instead of rat-poison on the farm.) Hmmmm...
Pearls and Poison sounds like a good title for a mystery novel. A cozy mystery, where the murder occurs between chapters. I wonder what Patricia Rockwell of Communication Exchange and Subjective Soup would think of that? Maybe I could write a cozy and send it to Cozy Cat Press?
The authors Patricia Rockwell and Diane Morlan have just started a new publishing company called Cozy Cat Press. Their first books are cozy mystery novels. Hooray!
The name "Patricia"
is also a P-word!!
(This is not Anna, but a
picture of Patricia Rockwell:)
For more P-words at Mrs. Matlock's Alphabe-Thursday please click here.
P.S. By the way, there is a blog called "Pearls and Poisons"; check it out here.
P.P.S. Look at this list of fictional poisons here.
Manang Kim of
My Photography in Focus