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SHORT STORY IN KINGS RIVER LIFE MAGAZINE

June 10, 2017
SHORT STORY IN KINGS RIVER LIFE MAGAZINE

Today I have a short story, Pop Played The Ponies, published in Kings River Life. Click here to read the story.

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TODAY I’M A GUEST ON TERRY ODELL’S BLOG

May 23, 2017
TODAY I’M A GUEST ON TERRY ODELL’S BLOG

Today Aon She Beng, a character in my latest novel PUSHING WATER, is interviewed on Terry Odell’s blog. Click here to read the interview.

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AT LAST, SPRING IN NYC

May 20, 2017
AT LAST, SPRING IN NYC

How do I know it’s spring in NYC? Well, the pollen, the tulips and the leafing trees are a dead giveaway, but mostly I know it’s spring because the fruit vendor across the street is back again. This fruit vendor disappears around the end...

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MARILYN MEREDITH IS A GUEST BLOGGER TODAY

April 28, 2017
MARILYN MEREDITH IS A GUEST BLOGGER TODAY

Marilyn Meredith is a guest blogger today on VISITING AUTHORS / ARTISTS a section of PUSHINGTIME.COM. Marilyn is a fascinating and prolific author. I hope you take the time to read what she has to say about her writing life. Please click “read more”...

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LOVELY SPRING DAYS IN NEW YORK CITY

April 24, 2017
LOVELY SPRING DAYS IN NEW YORK CITY

It was a lovely spring day in New York City. The sky was divided equally with a deep blue on the western horizon, while mounds of fluffy white clouds lazed about in the heavens on the eastern vista. It was a perfect day to...

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MY NOVEL ‘FISH KICKER’ IS NOW A PAPERBACK

April 8, 2017
MY NOVEL ‘FISH KICKER’ IS NOW A PAPERBACK

This has been an exciting and rewarding week for me. My novel, Fish Kicker, is not only an ebook, it’s also now published as a paperback. I’ve been writing a long time and there’s been plenty of ups and downs over the years. But...

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A LONG WEEKEND IN BOSTON

April 1, 2017
A LONG WEEKEND IN BOSTON

By MARGARET MENDEL The weather in NYC was super crazy this year. All winter the temperatures remained in a weirdly warm range and then in less than a week after the spring solstice, there was a major snow storm and the poor crocus and other...

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