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Best of 2014: Books

This year, I totally slacked in the reading department. I read 26 books this year 20% of those being things my wife wrote. I think the reason I haven’t read as much is because I’m getting my story from television … Continue reading

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I’m off to a bit of a slow start this year with reading, mostly because I’m doing my normal trick where I try to read more than one book at a time. What usually happens in this case is that … Continue reading

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Lessons in love and loneliness

My wife’s new book, Love Lessons, is out today. It doesn’t really matter that this is her 14th novel (counting the ones she has cowritten with Marie Sexton) – it’s always a bit of a thrill when something I know … Continue reading

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Blinky blinky, that’s me

When I was a kid, I had this Peter Pan storyteller record called Blinky The Lighthouse Ship.  It was my favorite book-and-record. As with most of the stuff like that from my childhood, it’s been lost and I wouldn’t even … Continue reading

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Wishful Drinking

I’ve always loved a good celebrity biography.  Even better are the autobiographies, in which you not only get the good stuff, you get the good stuff in (mostly) the author’s own words.  I’ve read some good ones and some not-so-good … Continue reading

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Amazing (and me by association)

Last night, I posted this picture to Facebook. That is my wife and her partner-in-crime, Marie Sexton, hanging out in the #1 spot on Amazon’s gay fiction list.  They are still at #1 this afternoon.  But what’s more amazing to … Continue reading

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If I Did It: Confessions of the Killer

The O.J. Simpson murder case captivated America for the better part of a year and a half back in the mid 90s.  I still remember when I first heard about it and my boss at the time asked me “do … Continue reading

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