Instead of hoarding toilet paper, I seem to be acquiring more and more books. (“That’s so surprising,” said no one anywhere). Many of you are also using this time to read – although I understand there’s a bit of naming soup cans and sewing goldfish pillows going on, too. Whatever makes you, your lunch and your goldfish happy. But for my fellow book lovers, here are some recommended reads about perseverance that might hit the spot during tough times: Continue reading “Books about perseverance to get you through quarantine”
Do you prefer a nice, solid book in your hand that doesn’t turn useless on sunny days? LUC is now available in paperback. Visit Amazon to order a copy and revisit reading v1.0.
Sometimes it takes a different point-of-view to bring a family back together — even if that viewpoint isn’t human.
If you haven’t had a chance to read LUC, good news: It’s free on Amazon Kindle this Friday, Saturday and Sunday (Feb 28-Mar 1). Visit the Kindle Store to download your free copy and warm up your weekend with summer adventure.
When I was a kid, I rode a horse. In my mind, I was riding sideways on my galloping war stallion while shooting arrows through the eyes of needles from 200 feet (as a soldier against the Great Needle Uprising of the 1980s, I guess). In reality, I sat rigid as a cement pole on a super mellow, super old horse while my friend led us by the reins down her driveway. It was five minutes of serious epicness.
After a lot more years than I care to admit, I finally rode another horse. Continue reading “My second (but really my first) horseback ride”
“A true knight always rescues a damsel in distress,” Sir Manbeard explained to his squire. “Unless the damsel is a witch in disguise. Then, he should try not to get his face melted off by a face-melting spell.”