Apparently, I have begun writing my sequel to Jeremy Shuttle Adventures (currently using the imaginative title of “Jeremy Shuttle Adventures II”). I threw out a couple of intro chapters on the blog the last couple of posts, but a … Read the rest
Okay, here’s a new experiment for me, “real-time” writing.
In this case, my squeaky leather chair (quite annoying) and blog post will serve as surrogates for my chair on a sandy beach and baby laptop.
I can’t suggest how successful … Read the rest
Or, I wonder how many post titles he can come up with using the word “wonder”.
Moving on from my youth, my teen years were marked by a life-changing event: I was now old enough to become gainfully employed.
Of … Read the rest
Which can also be read as “I wonder how he got to be like that”.
In the first installment of my series of self-reflective posts about how I’ve led an interesting life after all, we begin at the beginning.
It’s … Read the rest
Or, more precisely, out of space.
As I recently mentioned, I’ve given up on trying to read via an e-reader (in my case, a Kindle). That leaves me in an untenable position, however.
Because, I don’t just like paperbacks (and … Read the rest
In my last post, I used a picture of a “holiday card” inspired by the TV show “The Walking Dead”. In that post, I mentioned I’m not a fan. Today. we’re going to expand on that a bit.
First, let … Read the rest
Two things I did a lot of in my youth was move and read.
Mom was always in search of a “nicer place” and that ultimately meant we would pack up and move to a different location (all within a … Read the rest
Well, time to kick this can again.
Roughly once a year, I run a promotion through Goodreads offering some of my books for free. It’s a combination of trying to spur more sales, gain more readers and encourage more reviews.… Read the rest
The Great North American Baseball Road Trip is back to wandering around for the next week or two, with a variety of stops and visits that will only be interrupted twice by baseball.
Today is one of those times, but … Read the rest
It was a cool, gray day in L.A. and though there were no deterring raindrops, still the day did nothing to induce me to travel into L.A. proper. Plus, I have to say the books I’m reading (a 4-book series) … Read the rest