Monthly Archives: July 2007

Summary of Past Two Weeks

Wow, I haven’t blogged in a while. Sorry about that. It’s been a busy two weeks with limited wi-fi access. Basically, here’s a summary of what I’ve been doing: Two weeks ago (July somthing–no calander available)I was a chaperone at … Continue reading

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Frustrations in Writing

Or, Vent Time! Argh! I’m currently plodding through my first draft of Out of the Shadows: Book II of the Elysian Chronicles, trying to make it my second draft—which has to be done by the end of this week, by … Continue reading

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Mean Ole Mr. Latte

Or How a Cup of Coffee Tried to Embarrass MeThose of you who know me know how much I like coffee—specifically lattes. I’ve even had kids who’ve heard me speak mention that I was drinking my happy juice, as I … Continue reading

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Out of the Shadows & Home Run Derby

Or: Multi-Tasking Put to the TestFirst, a bit of superstitious business. My premonition about my watching the New York Yankees and them winning is proving true, but I just can’t watch them until after August 31st when Out of the … Continue reading

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This Week’s Author Events

Tuesday, 07/10/07What: Writing Workshop on The Art of Storytelling with a Book Signing to follow.Where: Barnes & Noble, Waterside ShopsWhen: Workshop: 2-4pm; Book Signing 4-6pm Join me at Barnes & Noble as I lead a workshop on The Art of … Continue reading

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Congrats to Clemons on His 350th Win!

The Rocket has finally won his 350th game. For those who are unfamiliar with baseball, this is a huge feat. Baseball has been played professionally for over 100 years, and in that time, only 8 total pitchers, including Roger Clemons, … Continue reading

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Out of the Shadows: Prologue Part 2

OUT OF THE SHADOWS: BOOK II OF THE ELYSIAN CHRONICLESM. B. WestonPrologue Part 2 Davian burst through the carved wooden door, barely noticing its creak as it swung back and forth. Usually, the Treetop’s wood-paneled walls made him feel cozy … Continue reading

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