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Working on the paperback

I’m using CreateSpace to do the paperback version of Premium Mixed Nuts. As part of the review process, they show you a 3-D picture of your book. Pretty cool. Anyway, I’m almost done. I think. Advertisements

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One Step Closer

NOLA Nights is finished. Now I’m trying to get my head around e-publishing. Amazon has an easy-peasy way, but it ties you into them exclusively. Draft2Digital lets you go through a bunch of vendors, including Amazon. More research and thought required. … Continue reading

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Pandora

“Pandora doesn’t live here anymore.” That’s what the hand-written note said, and I couldn’t blame her. The door it was tacked to, and the wall on both sides, looked like they’d been hit by a flamethrower. The seconds piled up … Continue reading

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Down Time

It’s been a long time since I posted anything. I’d just hit a problem in “Awakening” and wasn’t sure where to take the story when I got a call from my Veteran’s Administration doctor. She’d asked me to have some … Continue reading

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What Old People Do

Quiet week here in Ralph-Land. Almost a month after I wrote about it, I finally found and consumed some of those Margaritaville coconut shrimp. That was on Tuesday. I couldn’t locate the little critters at any of the local supermarkets. … 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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