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Friday, September 21, 2012

Thank you for participating in the free giveaway weekend.  It was a huge success!  My book, “The Black Elf of Seaward Isle,” made it up to #16 in the category of epic fiction.  For those of you who took advantage of the free offer, I only ask that you read it and spread the word […]

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End of September

It’s already the end of the month.  It’s been a busy month for me even though I’m still waiting for more editorial review of my next book.  It should be here tomorrow.  I spent the time working on my next book and plowing my way through this book of essays.  Just for variety, I may […]

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Friday Notes

It was a very busy week.  I hope those of you on the east coast have prepared yourselves for Hurricane Irene and getting out of harm’s way.  I’ve been through several hurricanes before, and you must respect them.  This comes on the heels of the earthquake which fortunately didn’t cause extensive damage.  Tough week for […]

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Friday Update

The 100 degree weather here in Texas took a day off which broke the string of days in a row.  The streak stopped at 40.  I figured since we had suffered enough with this heat, we should have at least gotten a record out of it.  We may get a few days before the 100 […]

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Friday blog

Hopefully, next week will begin a cool-down in Texas.  It has been really hot.  I make sure to stay out of the heat as much as possible.  I had a severe case of heat exhaustion when I was much younger and used to live in Arizona.  I have a lot of respect for these high […]

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Back to work

I’m back from vacation and feel refreshed.  I needed a chance for my mind to rest.  I’ll resume the checklist tomorrow since I had a time to do some research on writing. I drove across country and had a chance to see this beautiful land.  I was on Interstate 20 so I saw the flooding […]

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Thunderstorm

I fell asleep at 9 last night only to have my weather radio wake me at 9:30.  I knew storms were moving in so I got up, made sure that everything was unplugged and went back to sleep.  Or, at least, I tried to go back to sleep.  By 10, I realized it was hopeless […]

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Weather

When you run out of ideas, what do you talk about?  The weather.  Texas has the most volatile weather of any place I’ve lived.  Just a few weeks ago, we had the coldest weather for the Superbowl and today, it will be 70 degrees.  I used to live in Arizona and never had much difficulty […]

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