Monthly Archives: April 2007

FICTION IS LIKE MT. EVEREST: BECAUSE IT’S THERE

Why do we write fiction? Mostly because we can’t help it. We have no choice; it’s hard-wired into our DNA. And I’m not referring only to myself and people like me, who are more or less professional story-tellers. I mean … Continue reading

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HOW TO READ AN EXCERPT FROM MY NOVEL

Great news! You can now read an excerpt from my novel, Wounded by History, which is scheduled to be published by Cantarabooks on June 1. One chapter from the novel is being excerpted in the online literary magazine, Cantaraville, first … Continue reading

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A FANTASY ABOUT SPRING

Did you ever watch “Without a Trace”? The TV show on CBS? Only five or 6 on a ten-point scale, but I do get snagged occasionally. Woke up this morning with the following fantasy running through my head. I’ve arrived … Continue reading

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