Category Archives: life

About the Gaiaverse blog hiatus

I have no excuses. None. Of course, I could have kept my blog going, but alas, I just didn’t. Truth be told, the main reason the blog writing stopped is that I stopped writing the third Gaiaverse book…again. I think … Continue reading

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blog radio interview

I did a blog radio interview with Lisa on the 16th, about Gaia Dreams. You can listen to it by going here at blogtalkradio.com the One Karma Author’s Lounge. My part is mostly in the second half of the interview. … Continue reading

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travels, interviews, and illness

I have been playing around with some short story writing since I finished the editing on the second Gaiaverse book. It is fun but challenging to try and write only 10,000 words or less. I spent a week in Texas … Continue reading

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the day the frogs invaded

I was reading Courtney’s blog at courtcan.com where she has a fabulously written story from her childhood. It reminded me of those days when living outdoors was my passion and my red metal wagon was my tool of choice. Suddenly … Continue reading

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after the storm

The good news is that Hurricane Irene did not impact my life, aside from spending way too many hours watching TV reporters stand in water. The bad news of course, is that so many millions are without power, many trees … Continue reading

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disaster preparedness

I took today’s photo off the cover of my book because I’m starting to feel like we are living in the story. The other day I suddenly felt an earthquake where no earthquake should be, and now I am waiting … Continue reading

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the america of my time line

I’d like to thank Courtney Cantrell for posting this quote on facebook today. This is what we are living now. “The America of my time line is a laboratory example of what can happen to democracies, what has eventually happened … Continue reading

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