Monthly Archives:: July 2014

“Saving Time” & “Lost Time” are now available on Smashwords!

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“Saving Time: The Legend of Garison Fitch – Book 2″ is now available on Smashwords!  That means you can easily read it on your Kobo or Apple or Android device!  Find it here! Update: “Lost Time” is now available on Smashwords, too!  Order it here!

Man’s Best What Again?

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As I sit here watching my cat sniff the drying paint-brushes and picture him suddenly pulling a Pepe Le Pew (he’s black, the paint is white) I’m amazed to see that he’s actually smart enough not to get the paint on him.  I’m amazed because this is not the world’s brightest cat.  He frequently does… Read more »

Spending

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Is your household like mine?  I need to know.  Especially in this one particular area and at this particular season. When I and/or my wife see something we need or want, we look at the checkbook and see if we can afford it.  If we can’t afford it, we don’t buy it.  Sometimes we save… Read more »

Oh, Canada

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Many people, if a brief survey of my Facebook page is any indication, never think about Canada. If they do, they just think it’s a place “somewhere up north” like North Dakota, except perhaps larger. A place with lots of snow and twelve players on a side when they play football. Some of our fellow… Read more »

“First Time” is now available on Smashwords!

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For those of you who are wanting to read “First Time: The Legend of Garison Fitch” on Smashwords, it’s now available!  Order it by clicking here. Now, some of you have no idea what Smashwords is (or why that sentence doesn’t end with “are”).  Smashwords is an ebook content provider that allows you to order… Read more »

I’m Going on a Blog Tour!!!

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“First Time: The Legend of Garison Fitch – Book 1″ is going to be featured on a blog tour in November and December!  For those of us who aren’t familiar with what that is, it’s like making the rounds of the radio stations, except that I’ll be visiting with various writing-related blogs around the web…. Read more »

Celebrating Columbus Day

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One of the things I miss about living in a big city are the city-wide brawls.  Many of them just took place on the editorial pages of the newspaper, but some of them broke out in actual fist-fights. I was thinking of that because I see by my calendar that we’re coming up on one… Read more »