Congratulations on your Spinetingler acceptance. Short stories are tougher to write than long ones.
I have a videotape of my one and only jump, but it's shot from the ground and not impressive. But proof, anyway, that I did it. I have a few other "adrenaline junkie" shots on my page.
This page will give you some preliminary information about Book Promo 101. I plan for it to be the first in a series. The first book offers basic information and instruction. This page will give you some additional information about the topics that will be covered and how the book is written and laid out. My publisher is waiting for it and I need to find time to finish it :)
Thanks for remembering...you said some nice stuff about my Nashville PI/songwriter Chris Cobb before. Oh, and I already corrected Jack about Pilikia. I told him I would gladly take credit for it, if he insisted. Anyway, I'd say he's back on the Marks, so to speak.
Thanks for being my friend. . . Although I live in Oregon, I have a College Station connection. My sister-in-law and her family live there - and he is a marathoner, also. I know it's a big place but if you've crossed paths with any Bohne's, that is them.
good to see a familiar and kind face after I totally screwed up and annoyed a lot of people. When will I learn I DO NOT KNOW anything about public forums? Anyway, hi there! Wish we could see each other more often. Leann
I hope you & your wife like "Three Strikes." I had a lot of fun researching the Chicago of that era, through old newspapers and biographies or the real people ofthe era, including Dizzy Dean (traded to the Cubs at the start of the '38 season) and Helen Hayes, who was performing that year on stage in Chicago, playing Queen Victoria in "Victoria Regina."
Likewise, it's good to meet you as well. As for Sox and Cubs, I'm a fair weather fan. When it means something, I start watching sports. Otherwise, I play on the computer or watch Home & Garden and see people fix up their houses and try to sell them.