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“Passports”: Free For Five Days

“Passports”: Free For Five Days

It's just a little something. It's hardly a huge deal. But in memory of my mother (she as you know died on October 26), and my novelist uncle (he as you know died on October 12), the first novel, Passports, is free on Kindle for five days - through November 7. To get it, click … Continue reading “Passports”: Free For Five Days

Not “Adieu” Quite Yet

Not “Adieu” Quite Yet

Yesterday evening I hit one of my interim targets for Distances, the third novel. Every chapter in the manuscript is now, more or less, under control. The scope of the book is largely settled. Within my outline, I write wherever my mind takes me. I "finished" the book somewhere in middle of the last third of it, when … Continue reading Not “Adieu” Quite Yet

The “Other” Glastonbury

The “Other” Glastonbury

Yesterday, we took the nephew to Glastonbury - no, not to the music festival, which is over. (There were trucks still clearing away post-festival.) I mean to the town, which is full of history and varieties of faith. He studies Classics at Oxford, and loves this sort of thing: The Abbey is amazing. The town … Continue reading The “Other” Glastonbury

Free For Five Days

Free For Five Days

The British summer weather so far has been, mostly, superb. Today, here in Wiltshire, it's supposed to be *hot.* I suspect we're gonna wish we were still here: I am also about 75 percent finished writing Distances. If I can keep this up, it will be completed by the autumn, which would be well ahead … Continue reading Free For Five Days