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June is official “bathroom reading” month. In honor of the occasion, and to properly (ahem) enthrone the glory which is bathroom reading, I’m responding to the question offered at Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader Blog: If you could trade places with … Continue reading
Over the weekend I acquired a new coral specimen for the reef. The blue, knobbly coral center at frame is a type of chalice (Family Pectiniidae), a colonial stony coral that grows in flat, plate-like shapes. Pectiniid corals grow well in … Continue reading
Every rose variety has an individual name, granted by the developer and used by growers around the world to identify the cultivar. One of my father’s favorites (and mine) is known as “peace.” Just before the German invasion of France … Continue reading
In addition to tax day (here in the U.S.A.) April 15, 2013 marks another important milestone: 90 days remain until the publication day for CLAWS OF THE CAT. We already have two signings scheduled: July 25 at the Barnes & … Continue reading
April 11 is “National Pet Day” here in the United States, a day to celebrate pets of all shapes, sizes and origins. National Pet Day was the brainchild of Colleen Paige, a pet lifestyle expert and animal welfare advocate. As … Continue reading
January 2-8 is official “Someday We’ll Laugh About This” week. In honor of the occasion, here’s something I look back on with gratitude: In 2004 I decided to get serious about writing. I finished my first manuscript and submitted it … Continue reading
I’m at the Debutante Ball today, explaining why I love “The Song That Never Ends.” Don’t know the song? Hop over and let me share …. if you dare …