Monthly Archives: July 2014

Connecting with Kids

A few months ago I wrote an article about Camp Harmony, a wonderful program that provides summer and winter camp programs for homeless kids throughout Los Angeles. A few days from now, I will head to Wyoming to participate in … Continue reading

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Back Cover Text & Illustrated Cover

I am pleased to present to you here, for the first time anywhere, the currently slated back cover text for my next book, Bobby Ether and the Temple of Eternity. Note – the cover illustration is also in the works. … Continue reading

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Writing Short

One of the comments I get frequently when I tell people I’ve written two novels is that they can’t believe I wrote so much. To them, the act of writing an entire book undoubtedly dregs up painful memories of college … Continue reading

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How Writing Taught Me to be a Better Friend

Like everyone else on this planet, I’m not perfect. One of my biggest flaws is that I tend to get so absorbed in my own life that I sometimes forget about those around me. Especially when I’m in a writer’s groove, … Continue reading

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