Alley Cat Allies congratulates New York for becoming the first state to pass a bill prohibiting the declawing of cats.
It’s a cliche, I know, but sometimes the tried-and-true aphorisms say it succinctly and well, and this particular one is spot-on. Take The Eye-Dancers blog, for instance. I began this blog, clueless as to how to proceed with it, back in the summer of 2012. It’s hard to believe six years have come and gone. But this brings to mind the completion of the “time flies” truism: Time flies when you’re having fun. And this blog has been a joy because of all of you.
Don’t get the wrong idea. The way that last paragraph reads, it almost sounds like I’m about to announce the termination of The Eye-Dancers blog. Not at all! As long as you want to continue perusing these flights of fancy of mine, I will stick around. The WordPress community is a special place, and I intend to remain a part of it for…
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Cats are adorable. Everyone knows this. Whether you're allergic, or want to praise Sparky's loyalty from here to Zion, you have likely slipped into that black hole of cats on the internet at some point in your adult life. Admit it. What can I say? We're pretty darn amusing! Unfortunately, our author fur parents are not [...]
I’m very excited about my upcoming release, Extra Innings. It is a bit of a departure for me as I’ve written mostly detective and mystery novels.
This book started as a memory from childhood of the old minor league baseball stadium in my home town. I spent many summer days there. I remember exciting games that often competed with the volatile Upstate New York weather. I even remember the field having to be plowed so there wouldn’t be snow to interrupt opening day.
The book then twists in the direction of the supernatural. The underlying theme comes from the age old conundrum, if you could go back and change anything in your life, would you?
Here is the blurb I’ve been trying out:
Joe McLean hated his life. He was middle-aged, divorce and living in a small apartment. The only bright spot in his life was cheering on his…
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