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I managed to cross state lines and get another book into an indie bookstore! If you’re in Mississippi go and check out Bay Books on Main street. The owner is very accomodating and she has two very cool cats that … Continue reading
It’s amazing how early relationships affect the rest of our lives. When we’re young it seems like time is forever and things seem to move much more slowly. Two years feel like ten until you’re almost forty, then one year … Continue reading
It’s true, on a starving belly those donuts smell good but if you eat your fill, watch out!! Let’s see, the van broke down… We were on I-85 I think, the van was full of ‘temporary people’ (one of them … Continue reading
October always reminds me of my Terror friends, but it also reminds me of Atlanta. In ’94 when I quit my job at Terror to move to Atlanta I had planned to take my dog Jessie and live in my … Continue reading
Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans may recognize the title of this blog. Somehow it just crossed my mind tonight. I was reading through my book, trying to see it through the eyes of someone who might be reading it for … Continue reading
I am content that I have finally finished my book, it has been published, it is out there and ready to buy. The thing about writing is that you expose yourself in personal and sometimes unintentional ways. It makes you … Continue reading