Monthly Archives: November 2014

Glasgow Autumn

From a fabulous bubbly and fruit send off, to soaring over the verdant patchwork of the English countryside, to a quick plane change at Gatwick airport just outside London, my arrival in Glasgow was the culmination of many months of … Continue reading


A Book Contract–Wow! Or not?

Electronic books are growing leaps and bounds in their market share, but under what burden?   When an aspiring author works thousands of hours at polishing her craft, perhaps even receiving positive feedback from friends and family, she is understandably … Continue reading

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Veterans Day and My Father’s Eyes

In the sunset of his years, I remember my father lamenting, “World War II sacrifices are being forgotten.” In the overwhelming tidal wave of information in our modern world, it can indeed seem that the fading echoes of history, even … Continue reading

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Scot Toast Ta Ye

May the best you’ve ever seen be the worst you ever see May a moose ne’er leave yer girnal                          Wi’ a teardrop in his e’e. May ye aye … Continue reading

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