Writing with Jack London & Rolling on The River of Steel

Writing with Jack London & Rolling on The River of Steel

No, I didn’t actually get to write with Jack London recently, but I got to do the next best thing, spending an afternoon in the Author’s Circle at Wake Robin Lodge, where he shared the first draft of Call of the Wild for the first time. Jack’s collection of traveling...
A Matter of Time— Breaks 1,000!

A Matter of Time— Breaks 1,000!

Thanks to you, just this week my suspense novel, A Matter of Time, surpassed 1,000 downloads! It is thrilling to see so many people reading and enjoying this book . . . as writers that is what we live for. For those who have not already downloaded it, you can still do...
SDC Closing Ceremony After 127 Years of Service

SDC Closing Ceremony After 127 Years of Service

I first became involved with what was then called Sonoma State Hospital in the spring of 1968 when, as a high school junior, some friends and I began volunteering there. In the half century since then, the Sonoma Developmental Center has been a constant presence in my...
Scotland’s Fiona Mcvie

Scotland’s Fiona Mcvie

It was an honor to be interviewed recently by Fiona Mcvie. She has conducted over a thousand author interviews, from writers all over the world, and I am proud to be counted among their number. Her questions were on point, incisive, and thought provoking, and it is a...
Jack London & Ed Davis on The Drooling Ward

Jack London & Ed Davis on The Drooling Ward

Jim Shere has just written a beautiful piece for The Kenwood Press called Two Tales of the Drooling Ward. In it, he draws comparisons between Jack London’s Told In The Drooling Ward”, and my own, In All Things, A Return To The Drooling Ward. Here is how it...

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