Fred Rogers once said “Look For The Helpers.” It seems to me that people are looking for more negative things to say about this situation than they are positive things. I get it, these are scary times and it does … Continue reading →
Another post from my buddy Payne:When the week began I felt depressed, I miss hanging out with my friends, going to the movies, going out to dinner, all things that can no longer be done because of this virus. On … Continue reading →
I heard from my friend Payne, who’s passing this on for us all to consider: My name is Payne, I am a concerned citizen of these United States with mild autism, at this moment the country is in the middle … Continue reading →
The first chapter of my new screwball-comedy thiller read aloud by me. I’m not Laurence Olivier but my rates are reasonable.
“…Nicky’s attempts to prove his innocence, get to the bottom of who framed him, and make things right involve him with a rogue’s gallery of great characters, improbable situations, and delightful vignettes….”Continue reading →
There’s always mixed feelings when your children (in this case, my next book) go out into the world on their own…
Why you might want the ebook version of ‘Swindler & Son’ (coming December 16th!) even if you usually don’t like ebooks – and how you can get the ebook version for free!
‘Swindler & Son’ is now available on Netgalley for a limited time, so jump on it, reviewers!Continue reading →
We went to a very small film festival the other night in Tribeca – an evening of independent short films, a real variety of style and subject matter. But this story stood out and I couldn’t miss passing it on. … Continue reading →