This actually works out well for me. Living in France here, there’s not so many bookshops selling English-language books nearby that I could make a tour of them. Well, I suppose I could make a tour of them, but it’d be over in about an hour. *grin* So, without further ado, the dates and URLs of […]
Just because it’s a cliche to quote The Carpenters every time it rains doesn’t mean that it’s not the perfect rainy day song… It is cold and rainy where I am. It’s been raining for days. I am laid up with a bum knee and am hobbling on crutches when I have to leave my armchair-with-matching-footstool (such […]
Sorry folks. Having a bit of technical difficulties here. This is a test. This is only a test. Had this been an actual post, there would have been something cool here.
My book, Right Here Waiting, is a World War II romance novel, centering around Peter Montgomery and the love of his life, Ben Williams and the adventures they find themselves in. That’s right. It’s a love story about two men, in love with each other, set in WWII. yes, but is that really realistic? well, […]
I’ve injured myself — just badly enough to throw a wrench in my plans and be an all-around pain in the patookas. I’m on crutches for at least the next week, and being on crutches just makes everything seem 95x more difficult. Being able to buy only the amount of groceries that will fit in […]
My WordPress blog is linked to my Tumblr, Facebook and Twitter — so when I post something here, it’s supposed to get reposted to all those sites. My Tumblr is linked to my Facebook and Twitter — so when I post something there, or some very helpful computer elf reposts something there because I’ve linked […]
The holidays are safely behind me, and I’m sitting down to read through and sign off on the final galleys of my book, Right Here Waiting. “We are only looking for typos and errata,” one of my editors says, and I can just imagine his fond glare as he narrows his eyes and shakes his finger at […]
One thing that has remained constant, despite me uprooting my life and plunking it down here in France, is my devotion to my favorite NPR shows. Back in the States, we lived in a rural area of New England, a spot so bucolic that *cable television* had not yet reached it, a monthly subscription to […]