September 21, 2020


Each year on September 21st, people across the United States celebrate National Pecan Cookie Day.

     This cookie is a great any time of day snack. The word pecan is Algonquian. It means “a nut requiring a stone to crack.” It's a member of the...

September 7, 2020

     Labor Day usually marks the emotional end of Summer. Although Fall begins officially with the rise of Libra on September 21, we've pretty much settled on the fact that summer's over. It's the last picnic, the last vacation. For many school has already started....

First a bit of news.
The Reissue of Going Forth By Day, Book 2 of Children of Stone is underway. The earlier edition is unpublished, the cover by Thomas Woldering is complete and Robin Rance is conducting a Cover Reveal attended by you hopefully on September 1. https:...

August 10, 2020

NATIONAL LAZY DAY  On August 10th, National Lazy Day gives us permission to relax and kickback. So, we’re going to be a bit lazy here.  As you can see, there is not much information regarding this annually celebrated holiday as we do not feel like doing any research.


July 27, 2020

I've had a lot of help during the past 2 weeks with regard to marketing. I realized I was spending most of my time marketing to reader and author groups -- but they never responded and my fans rarely saw the promotions. It was time for a change, First I decreased my...

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