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It’s official. Donald Trump has enough delegates to be the nominee of the Republican Party once the convention convenes this summer. A year ago, nobody would have believed it. Which means the people who say he will never be elected
… finish reading The Donald
So, without a lot of research, back in December I decided to start my own publishing company. I floated the idea with some friends who were supportive, actually excited, since they all knew how much I love to write and
… finish reading Spectacled Bear Publishing
If you’re on my newsletter mailing list, you received an email today about Spectacled Bear, the new publishing company I’ve started, and its first offering, a children’s picture book called Philip & Phoebe.
You can read all about these projects
… finish reading Big News
Tonight begins the three-night farewell to “American Idol,” the program that launched Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood to superstardom and another dozen winners to modest fame. The fifteenth and final Idol will be crowned Thursday, but not before we are
… finish reading TV Options
My local independent bookstore, Forever Books, turned seventeen this past week. While seventeen isn’t a milestone most people think about, in the indie bookstore community it’s a lifetime. I think Amazon has had a lot to do with this.
… finish reading Forever Books
Today is Easter, the most significant event for Christians in their entire liturgy; because it is the basis on which their religion is built. No Resurrection, no true religion. This was the minister’s over-riding message at the church Earl attends
… finish reading Easter
If I weren’t going to a St. Patrick’s Day party this evening, I might have forgotten the day completely.
My mother, one hundred percent Irish, would never have approved. Her favorite color was green, and St. Patrick’s Day was up
… finish reading St. Patrick’s Day
Today is the twenty-ninth of February, that elusive day that comes around every four years. It just so happens to always coincide with the years of our presidential elections, which means one more day of campaigning, one more day of
… finish reading Leap Year
I thought I was the only one who wondered why the NFL isn’t using Roman numerals for this year’s Super Bowl extravaganza. I mean it’s been a tradition since Super Bowl V.
I have a theory. Last year’s event was
… finish reading Where is L?