Probably the biggest single misconception about ebooks is that you have to have a dedicated ereader—like a Kindle or a Nook—to read them. The truth is if you have just about any kind of computing device with access to the Internet, from a smartphone to a laptop to a desktop computer, you can read ebooks, […]
The water-colour of the Solstice Celebration is basically what I pictured as I wrote the Solstice Conspiracy. The story description is more elaborate. As this year’s Solstice approaches, I’ve made sure to leave a wild patch in the garden to house any elemental visitors. Perhaps the fairies will celebrate the new summer season right along […]
Writing is a solitary function, necessary but isolating. When the words jam up between thought and keyboard, I sometimes head for the local coffee shop. I don’t seek out company. With a steaming latte and a comfy chair, I start to write. The hum of activity, comings and goings, the hiss of the expresso machine […]
The lake mirrored the blue sky. Driving along the north shore, I enjoyed the evening breeze after another blistering day.
A shadow appeared over my car and I was astonished to see an enormous fish hurtling toward my windshield. The thought of fish guts strewn across the window spurred me to act quickly. […]
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