Monthly Archives: July 2015

After Akron, then what?

Okay, I’ve finally finished Akron Aftermath. A recent critique group consensus said that I shouldn’t murder a bad guy’s daughter. Apparently stuffing her lifeless form into an antique furnace was a bit too dark for Akron’s SSSF (Sorta-Silly-Sci-Fi) genre. I … Continue reading

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Out of the Storm – I love it

Another reason I love the “Out of the Storm” anthology. Fun fellow authors and a great publisher. Lynellen, of Chalfont House / Hope Springs Books. Gretchen is the author of Detention – A Cinderella story, with elves. She was quick enough to … Continue reading

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Mark Twain

I love Mark Twain. I haven’t read any of his written work in years, but I keep coming across quotes that endear him to my aberrant little heart. “I haven’t any right to criticize books, and I don’t do it except … Continue reading

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Boston Fireworks – Worst Coverage Ever

I don’t usually like to complain about stuff on TV (or I’d never do anything else) but… Most disappointing Boston fireworks show ever. All their cameras were downwind of the display, so we saw almost nothing. They had a blimp … Continue reading

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