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Field Trip!

I’ve never read an urban fantasy set in Vallejo, California, so I’m trying to write one. To me, if you’re going to write urban fantasy the urban center you choose must be vividly depicted, so I had to get to … Continue reading

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Gold Country Town

Auburn is about thirty miles north-northeast of the California capital of Sacramento. It is in part a bedroom community for people who work in the capital and surrounding towns like Roseville and Elk Grove. It’s also one of the historic … Continue reading

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Snoopy and the Astronauts

The Charles Schultz Museum and Research Center has an Apollo exhibit right now. The end of January they had real astronauts come and speak. That event was full before I even found out about it, although there are rumors that … Continue reading

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Peanuts

            Sonoma County has a Charles Schultz airport, and, much more importantly, a Charles Schultz museum.  This little museum one of those treasures that is in your neighborhood, that you take  for granted because you’re not a tourist.             If … Continue reading

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