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The Irrepairable Past

Just short of two weeks into the release of The Irrepairable Past, 35 people have downloaded the e-book or bought the paperback. And the reviews are starting. Carrie Rubin, author of the medical thrillers The Bone Curse, Eating Bull, and The Seneca Scourge (and … Continue reading

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Bob the egret says, “Buy This Book!”

After years in the wilderness of writer’s block and indie publishing frustration – a lethal combination – I’m back. The first of what I hope to be four novellas published over the next year or so is now live on … Continue reading

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A Delayed Omen

Back in March I wrote about my visit to the Cosumnes River Preserve.  While there, I met a few white herons — a creature that plays a critical role in one of my works in progress — The Irrepairable Past.  I … Continue reading

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To Believe in an Omen

Today is one of those holidays us California government employees get that nobody else does.  Cesar Chavez Day, to honor a man who was the Martin Luther King, Jr., for migrant farmworkers. A day off when nobody else has it … Continue reading

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