Anecdotes, observations, and lessons learned the hard way
I’ve hummed the refrain from It’s My Party by Lesley Gore more than once over the last few days. You see, I had every reason to celebrate this week. After seven years of work and over a quarter-million words, I’d finally added the phrase ‘The End,’ to my science fiction trilogy, Project Gene Assist. Unfortunately, … Continue reading Lies and Legacy is go for launch
There will be two empty chairs at our table this year. One, left just as the party was really getting underway. While the other wouldn’t have surprised me had he stayed well past closing time. Someone new will have to carve the turkey this year. Another to be among the first to nurse a glass … Continue reading Empty Chairs
I make no secret of the fact that I have a day job in addition to writing my novels. Some in the publishing community say it means I don’t take my dreams seriously enough. My children, however, have told me once or twice that they enjoy eating. As their voices are typically loudest in my … Continue reading Getting back into shape
I did it. I wrote another book. Ok, in fairness, I wrote another manuscript. The book part will be a few weeks longer yet as it still needs to go through early reads, professional edits, and formatting. But I wrote another book. (Update – the book is done and scheduled for launch on March 26, … Continue reading The Book That Almost Broke Me
My family has logged an inordinate number of hours this summer on various US highways, byways, and the occasional gravel trail. We’ve gone from the mountains to the sea and several places in between. I wish I could say all this travel was for fun, but sadly that’s not been much of the case. However, … Continue reading Invention of the Year: Kids’ Motion Sickness Goggles
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