Monthly Archives: March 2021

The Way We Live Now #14: Four Burgers a Year

In the past nine months, Spouse and I, together, have eaten about 34 beef hamburgers. When you divide that by nine, it doesn’t seem so high, until you realize that, pre-pandemic, our burger quotient was about four a year, total. … Continue reading

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Daredevil: The Descent of Dex

Last week, in between revision sessions, I watched Season Three of Daredevil, which has been off the air for several years now. Chronologically, Season Three comes after The Defenders. I think. I wouldn’t have been interested in watching it except … Continue reading

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Notional Space

A couple of weeks ago I headed down to the farmers market. I walked through the covered walkway that separates a row of shops from the large bank on the corner, and turned left by the noodle restaurant as I … Continue reading

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Hot off the Press Panel

Here is the link to the Hot off the Press Panel. This was fun!

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The Way We Live Now #13: Writing in Laundromats

This should be titled, “The Way We Lived Then.” In the Before Times, I’d sometimes to go a laundromat and write. Sometimes it was out of necessity. On vacation, I’d need to do a load of laundry. The sound of … Continue reading

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The Kingston Cycle by C.L. Polk

Soulstar, the third book in C.L. Polk’s fantasy trilogy, is out now. The books are a beautiful mass market paperback set, with themed covers. With in those covers Polk introduces us to a complex, believable world, a world in the … Continue reading

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Writing Promotional Copy; the Struggle is Real

I sent my editor some copy to be incorporated into a larger release announcement due out later in March. It’s about the Project That Cannot be Named. Actually, it could be named and even renamed, which is has been, but … Continue reading

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