Tuesday’s Word

Lumberjack In Love
Maul
noun
a heavy long-handled hammer used to drive stakes or
wedges

   Marcus raised the maul above his head and brought it down on the stump with a satisfying crunch.
Slam!

Watson, Penny (2012-09-07). Lumberjack In Love (Kindle Locations 939-940). Penny Watson. Kindle Edition.

…And here’s a video in which New Hampsire men in moose-antler hats demonstrate the use of a maul. Your welcome.

Definition from OneLook Online Dictionary

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USA Today Bestselling Author Jessi Gage is addicted to happy-ever-after endings. She counts herself blessed because she gets to live her own HEA with her husband and children in the Seattle area. Jessi has the attention span of a gnat…unless there is a romance novel in her hands. In that case, you might need a bullhorn to get her to notice you. She writes what she loves to read: stories about love. Leave a comment to introduce yourself! There is no better motivation to finish her latest writing project than a note from a happy reader! Don't forget to sign up for Jessi’s newsletter so you’ll never miss a new release. Thanks for visiting!
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2 Responses to Tuesday’s Word

  1. Penelope says:

    Hi Jessi! I watched a lot of youtube videos of dudes chopping up wood. Seriously. :^) Research, you know.

  2. Jessi Gage says:

    Gotta love that research. I had a Scot with a little too much of a good thing under his kilt. I will admit to some drool-worthy research on that on *winks then blushes*
    Thanks for stopping by! Loved, LOVED Lumberjack in Love, and will be featuring it on one of my Free Publicity Fridays soon:)

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