Monthly Archives: April 2013

Gift from the sea

We’ve had crazy winds the last few days. Which usually means that we’re going to find some shells on the beach. NEFL isn’t known for our shells – that’s Sanibel and Captiva, on the Gulf side – but after a … Continue reading

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Beyond Here There Be Dragons

A couple of years ago, Google ate my blog (long story). I was so proud of that blog. It was the place I poured out my heart, and kept track of my travels. When I couldn’t write anything else, I … Continue reading

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Dave Goodman

I dashed south this weekend to help my “adopted” 92 year old mother celebrate her birthday. And while I was there, I snuck away to meet friends Ed and Wendy, and listen to Dave Goodman spin a few tales and … Continue reading

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More versions available!

Looks like my book is now available in these versions: Kindle (Amazon) Kobo Scribd Sony eSentral iBooks Barnes and Noble (Nook) is the final version that I’m waiting on. Hopefully it’ll be online in the next week or so. Guess … Continue reading

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Soul Searching – a taste

My posts recently have been way too morose. Time for a little light reading – like, say, a chapter from my book, Soul Searching? Maybe it’ll make you want to buy it by clicking here… Enjoy! ******************** The lights of … Continue reading

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Roads and forks

A couple of things struck me recently, and I think they’re related. But I won’t know until I process it. And this is my Processing Place. And you are my unwitting victims – I  mean readers. I was thinking about redos. … Continue reading

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Am I the only one who has expectations for the nights of the week? No, not “Thursday is meatloaf,” although that actually would classify. “If it’s Tuesday, this must be Belgium.” (That’s an old movie, for those of you under … Continue reading

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