Monthly Archives: January 2014

Animal Clairvoyance Is Not Something To Ignore

Winter storm Kronos struck this week.  In my part of Texas the ice started coming down just after dark Thursday evening and didn’t let up until about 3am Friday morning.  Funny thing is that I had an inkling that something … Continue reading

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When Books Don’t Deliver What They Promise

This week I finished the non-fiction book My Story by Elizabeth Smart.  I picked it up because I wanted to use it for research for my novel on how we endure terrifying events. I knew this book had been out … Continue reading

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January, Tequila and Reinventing the Wheel

With the new year, my household has once again hunkered down and went into hibernation mode to try to avoid the onslaught of the scourge of humanity – juniper cedar pollen. This year has been a pretty bad one and … Continue reading

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