Followup to ‘How do I think of these things’

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Followup to ‘How do I think of these things’ In my last article, I wrote about how I come up with my ideas for my books. I received several comments from people who read my books. I found them interesting. The first comment comes from a reader who read my first book, ‘The Taste of… Continue reading Followup to ‘How do I think of these things’

Word of the Day: evanescent

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Word of the Day: evanescent evanescent (adjective) ev-uh-NESS-unt Definition : tending to vanish like vapor Synonymons brief; disappearing; elusive; elusory; ephemeral; fading; fleeting; illusory; indefinable; insubstantial; intangible; momentary; passing; short-lived; temporary; tenuous; transitory; vanishing Examples “As stunning as his dishes could be, in the end, the maestro understood its evanescent nature. Furstenberg remembers Richard telling him, ‘It’s… Continue reading Word of the Day: evanescent

Happy Saturday

Happy Saturday That’s right. The weekend is here. Two whole days of not having to go to work. Two whole days of skipping the grind that pays the bills and keeps food in my belly and a roof over my head. It’s a beautiful day here in Rochester, NY. Blue sky without a cloud in… Continue reading Happy Saturday

Get Your Blood Moving

Get Your Blood Moving Is there a song that once it starts playing on the stereo, you just have to stop what you’re doing, turn up the volume and lose yourself to the music? One of those songs that does that to me is Sir Paul McCartney’s ‘Live and Let Die‘. The title song to… Continue reading Get Your Blood Moving

Gratitude

Gratitude What is gratitude? The way I see it, it is being thankful for someone or something that enriched a person’s life. The way I feel when I see people buying my books. Thank you. You are all awesome. A special thank you to those that recently purchased ‘The Taste of Honey‘ and ‘Broken Steele‘.… Continue reading Gratitude