Anything but Dreams

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Oh, hey, what’s that? Why, it’s my first poetry collection, Anything but Dreams. Originally self-published in 2004, I have re-released it in ebook formats that can be found on Amazon and Smashwords. What’s it about? Well, I’ll tell you…It’s like having 102 glimpses into my soul, that’s what it’s about (because there are 102 poems […]

Smash away

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  Remember how yesterday I said I was going to upload my stories to Smashwords, so all of you wonderful people who have e-readers (of the non-Kindle variety) could enjoy my stories? I just wanted to let you know that you are all set. All three of my stories are now hanging out on Smashwords, […]

Well, that was quick

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  There it is! All of you Nook-ers, Etch-A-Sketchers, and iPad-ers rejoyce! Go to Smashwords and get Incident on the Hennepin on any ebook format! I honestly didn’t expect it to be this quick. I thought there’d be forms to be filled out in triplicate, people who needed to approve things, tolls to be paid, […]

A request, a response

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  I received so many emails from people asking how to get my short stories for their non-Kindle e-readers, that I felt it necessataed a post. This is that post (fully of posty goodness)! I was going to (eventually) get around to putting the stories up on the non-Amazon sites, but you (yes, YOU!) spoke […]

Incident on the Hennepin

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I am excited to announce the publication of my newest short story, Incident on the Hennepin! Here’s a bit about it: __ (from Amazon) In the year 2492, the luxury cruise ship, Hennepin, makes a mysterious emergency stop to the distant Treadway Station. As the ship arrives, Card, a maintenance worker, goes outside to make […]

Boston photos

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A busker and his wire-haired dachshund at the Boston Massacre site   For a while now (maybe a year or two) my mom has wanted to go to Boston, take a Duck Tour, and see the Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum. Today was the day we finally went. We left super early and got there way […]