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Monthly Archives: September 2017
Will try to stay in touch via phone, but things have deteriorated enough where we are that we are evacuating to our office in Niceville. It has become possible that we will be indirectly hit with a Cat 1-3 hurricane, … Continue reading
Not much to do today but continue on. Today I prepped two kid books for publication and started a third. I also answered a LOT of texts about how safe we were. Right now, we are safe. Storms are unpredictable … Continue reading
Things are tense here as everyone rushes to batten everything down ahead of Hurricane Irma. Disaster certainly puts things into perspective. The things we complained about last week seem petty today. Irma reminds us not to sweat the small stuff. … Continue reading
As Irma bears down on the Caribbean tonight, all our hopes and prayers go out to you.
Here’s a reminder for the classes I have available online and at Northwest Florida State College. This morning I’ll be doing a talk on Social Media Basics for the Niceville Business Exchange at Cafe Bienville, 314 Bayshore Dr, Niceville, at 8 a.m. NWFSC … Continue reading
This was the last class of the MOOC—a massive open online course—given by the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa. As my own classes (as teacher this time) are ready to start and Hurricane Irma looms, the feeling of accomplishment … Continue reading
Like many Floridians, I woke up and finally took notice of Irma. We have hurricanes all the time here, and they don’t become topics of conversation until they hit Cat 3. We’ve all been watching Houston… remembering Ivan and Opal. … Continue reading
Lots going on behind the curtains here. By the end of the month there will be some new surprises. Truman the Tarantula (Lit Lizard 3) and Spiders Are Everywhere are both in their final stages of production. The new Everywhere … Continue reading
I found myself flagging for the fifth assignment. I hit an over-the-top busy period in my life and felt rushed in all areas. Writing was not a pleasure, at this time, but had sank to the level of obligation. But, … Continue reading