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New story finally finished

In November 2013 I started Britannia this past weekend I finished it only it is now named Concrete Memories. It has been sent off to two people who agreed to have a look and edit – this is hazardous duty … Continue reading

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Rest and, well something

In truth more writing should have been accomplished that was seen during the Xmas vacations. That doesn’t mean that none was done but precious little in comparison to what could have been done. It comes down to focus and at … Continue reading

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A new e-pub

This is a free one – too short to do anything else with to be honest.

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Going After The Big One

It is out. Kind of scary and kind of cool at the same time. The eBook – and I use that word knowing it is a short story not a book – is available from Smashwords right here.

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remembering lynn – Ann Smith

Lynn was my contact at Centaur Theatre, probably from the days I worked for Joel Milburn, who was Vice-President, Royal Bank of Canada, Business Development.  I continued this wonderful connection throughout my remaining years with RBC, when I retired myself … Continue reading

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all was planned – the book of lynn priest

The Billings Method is something that many men, if not most, are ignorant of and I was no different. Lynn on the other hand was a long time woman’s health information advocate and pursuer. From The Feminine Mystique to Our … Continue reading

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the book of lynn priest – a poem lynn chose as a possible funeral reading

After Glow I’d like the memory of me To be a happy one. I’d like to leave an afterglow Of smiles when life is done. I’d like to leave an echo Whispering softly down the ways, Of happy times and … Continue reading

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