Theodore Roosevelt once wrote that if someone is “not familiar with the Bible, he has suffered a loss.” For an author, that is doubly true.
The Sun Also Rises is said to be probably his best novel. Interestingly, too, it is his first. (Not something most writers wish for themselves.)
Blogging regularly is good “practice” for an author. I have always tried to post here at least twice a week, which I think is reasonable.
One suspects many of us are drawn to the caring and romance represented in the art of such photos…
As an American abroad, one gets used to travel and security warnings…
My mom died on October 26, 2015.
Following on from yesterday’s post (on the short story I’m writing, Conventions, and Amazon’s samples), I thought I would link to Amazon Kindle samples of my earlier novels as well. Doing so […]
I know I caught out Instagram friends last night: And I realized I had to do the same here! 🙂
As you may know by now, America had a big day on Tuesday. The result was not to everyone’s liking, of course. We have by now seen a great deal of this […]
Hello again! A view from London Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 5 back on Tuesday morning: The journey to the U.S. was fine. This morning I’m still in rural Pennsylvania. I stuck this photo […]
Only minutes after I published yesterday’s post, my shaken mother-in-law phoned us with sad family news. My wife’s uncle-in-law, who was an inspiration for a gregarious, friendly Irish tourist in Rome in […]
Yesterday was, I know, not the type of post you expect here. It’s Saturday. Let’s smile. Okay, I want you to name a classic film…. …No, no, hang on, not that one. […]
I’ve again been spending way too much time in the eighteenth century. (An American and an Englishman walk into a Paris coffeehouse in 1792 and meet an Irishman…) Our present always needs […]
Good morning! We landed at London’s Luton Airport yesterday afternoon to be greeted by the English weather: Missing Soulac-sur-Mer already. 😉