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Signed Copies of Color Mage at Gramercy Books

There’s a new independent bookstore in Columbus — always something to be happy about! Gramercy Books has apparently been open since December, but I didn’t know until this week. And Gramercy Books, a pleasant store with an attached cafe in Bexley, also now has signed copies of my two fantasy novels available. There are a …

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The Dingle Peninsula

The Dingle Peninsula is in County Kerry. It’s the farthest west you can go in Ireland. It’s a place of steep cliffs dropping into the sea, sandy beaches, and green pastures dotted with a lot of sheep. There are archaeological ruins, including ogham stones and Dunbeg Fort, an Iron Age promontory fort built right above …

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Poland Book-Signing: Change of Plans

I’m not feeling well, so I won’t be able to make the local authors’ book signing in Poland, Ohio today. The event still runs from 9 am to 1 pm. If you’re in the area, stop by and support your local authors. Happy Fourth of July weekend!

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Local Author Book Signing in Poland, Ohio

Update 07-01-2017: Sorry I won’t be able to make this book-signing, since I’m not feeling well. Looking forward to another time, I hope. I’ll be part of a local author book signing and sale at the Poland Library on Saturday, July 1. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Public Library of Youngstown …

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A Museum Full of All the Cool Things about Flying

This should be a post about writing, but it’s not! Instead it’s about my visit to the Stephen F Udvar-Hazy Center, which is part of the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC. This is a separate facility from the one on the National Mall, located near Dulles Airport. And it’s full of amazing …

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Artists of the Rust Belt Summer Market, 2017!

I’ve always had a great time at the Artists of the Rust Belt shows in Youngstown. The next one will be held Saturday, June 3 and Sunday, June 4 at the B&O Station on Mahoning Avenue in Youngstown. The building is an old train station, built in 1905. It’s home to the Rust Belt Brewing …

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Park of Roses in May

A few flowers from the Columbus Park of Roses yesterday.        

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A “Colossal” Movie

Colossal is a psychological drama and a monster movie. There’s some magical realism in there. I’m really not sure of the odd mix of genres that make up this fascinating movie. But is that a bad thing — a movie that doesn’t fall into a predefined market niche? Not in this case. Anne Hathaway gives …

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CSCC 2017 Writer’s Conference

I’m looking forward to Columbus State Community College’s 2017 Writer’s Conference this Saturday, May 6. I’ll have a table there with my books available for sale. The keynote speaker will be Maggie Smith, a poet, freelance writer and editor from Columbus. There will also be workshops and a book fair with several writers, writers’ groups …

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Redbud

It must be Spring. Here’s a redbud branch in full bloom. Also, as I recently learned, called a “Judas Tree”. Happy Spring!

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