“The time has come,” the Walrus said, “To talk of many things: Of shoes—and ships—and sealing wax— Of cabbages—and Kings— And why the sea is boiling hot— And whether pigs have wings.” No, it’s not that time. That, of course, is Lewis Carroll’s The Walrus And The Carpenter, from Through The Looking Glass And What Alice … More Because I Care
In spite of a less than sheltered childhood and a little bit of a misspent youth, I’ve matured into a kind of wuss. It’s true. Years of trauma work, dealing with blood and guts every day, and I can’t deal with it. I don’t like scary psychological suspense thrillers, and I’ve tried to watch Silence … More A Cautionary Tale of Writing
(okay, this is not really my desk. My office has a health department warning right now. This is where I write since the Dell tech left.) Today is the last day of September. There always seems to be a never-ending list of things to do when fall comes. Shut down the cooler, start of the … More nope, it isn’t always easy
Just looked over my recent blog posts about everything BUT. There are reviews, recommendations, and caterpillars. Good Lord. Is that anyway to promote your work? Seriously? “If you were working for me, I’d fire you!” Sigh. Very true. Too much lack-luster and not enough spit-shine! So here goes. I’m a writer. Loud and Proud. A new career … More Whaddabout ME?
Disclaimer: Okay, It’s true that Sandra Moran and I write for the same publisher. (Bedazzled Ink) That’s the limit of our similarities. She’s tall; I’m short. She’s young, I’m…not. You get the picture. Anyway, I have met her, and she’s incredibly nice…and smart! If you recognize the name from FB, you’ll smile remembering Spencer, long runs, … More Unsolicited Book Notes for: Letters Never Sent