Kate Foster was perplexed with her current situation. She sat in a room that was infinite white space, on a chair that didn’t seem to be there at all. She really didn’t understand where she was or how she got here. The last thing she remembered was stepping into the shower. She was trying to … Continue reading Short Story Part One
I never understood why people make new years resolutions. Why would you wait until the new calendar year to: lose weight, make a budget, start working out, start saving money, stop smoking. All of those are good ideas, they also require lifestyle changes to make them work. But they don’t require a new calendar year … Continue reading Resolutions Or Lack Thereof
Going through the list of books that I’ve read this year is a daunting task in itself. To narrow that down to pick a favorite, that will take more than one Saturday morning to decide. Here’s the list in no particular order. No, my book is not in the list. I would surly pick it, … Continue reading Book of the Year Part 1
I had this same line in a review of my book.
You know, that one dog that’s always on alert when you’re on the move through the house. You make a trip to the refrigerator and they’re on your hip like a secret service agent. Walking down the steps, they’re right there looking for danger. Well, maybe not looking for danger. They’re just curious, bored, or … Continue reading Velcro Dogs
This happens all the time. A book considered to be brilliant, gets in the hands of a producer that has no idea how to bring the story to life. The seventh installment in Jo Nesbo’s Harry Hole series has been released on the big screen and has a 9% on Rotten Tomatoes. Yes, that’s bad. … Continue reading When One Of Your Favorite Books Becomes A Bad Movie
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