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  • – Second Chances –

    May 15, 2020 by

    Early this year, Rapid River Magazine, a well established arts and culture publication located in North Carolina, asked if I would be interested in writing a monthly column for them. But there was one condition, I would write about anything I wanted. Thinking it over for two seconds I said, “Absolutely”, and decided to call it, ‘Ponder This’. The following is from the March issue, titled: Second Chances. I was feeling down, downright sad in fact and wondering why. You know the feeling. You’re sitting there staring into space and listening to the tick of the clock on the wall.… Read more

  • Coffee – The Drink of All Ages – Right…?

    September 15, 2019 by

    I begin this blog with a strong cup of black coffee. Espresso actually, straight up with no sugar. How is it you might ask that anyone can drink that mud? I’m not sure actually. It’s an acquired taste developed over years of practice, and/or addiction some might say. Regardless, I enjoy coffee and used it as a unifying element in my book, between the ancient and modern day stories. I figured, everyone likes coffee. And people have been drinking it since the beginning of time, right? Wrong, I learned when I was in the final editing phase of my book… Read more

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