Category: Read and write

Post #3165: Cabin details

The wind against the strings of the guitar hanging on a post of our deck, catching the hollow of the body and making a faint thrum as though being played. The pleasure of opening up a thrift store book to find an artifact from…

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Post #3144: Announcing Comfort for the Apocalypse (a new project)

Hey Folks. I am introducing a new project for 2019…. A newsletter! I plan to send my first edition out next Friday. COMFORT FOR THE APOCALYPSE Resilience, recipes, and cultural leanings You can subscribe here. This is a monthly newsletter for folks who feel…

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Post #2053: So many books….

Okay – well, not *so* many. But three, and they arrived all at once after months of being on the holds list at the library. And the worst part is – these are all books that I really want to read (unlike the many…

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Post #1993: April showers bring sore throats (and reading)

(The above photo is of our Easter Sunday brunch – scones, marmalade, hard boiled eggs and chocolate – and has nothing to do with this post). I’m home today, in bed with a bit of a cold. Mostly it’s a sore throat, but there…

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Mini-Review: A Tale for the Time Being

Returning home from Victoria to my Amazon order of new fiction coincided with this dreadful cold that has kept me in bed for the last day and a half – which at the very least has allowed me to power through my first read…

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