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Picture It #mfrwauthor #PictureIt

Picture It – Reading Fine Literature My youngest grandson has superb taste in literature! In case you don’t understand what I mean by ‘superb taste’, here’s an enlargement of the book’s cover. The hardcover edition of this science fiction novel hasn’t been available for over decade, so the book’s way older than he is:  

Classics Illustrated, anyone? #mfrwauthor

Welcome to the second year of the Marketing for Romance Writers yearlong blog hop. This week, the writing prompt is: A Book that has Influenced My Life That’s a tough one. There are so many! After much deliberation — at least 20 seconds worth — I’m going to go with the book that marked the beginning […]

Way back in 1696 #mfrwauthor

Welcome to the second year of the Marketing for Romance Writers yearlong blog hop. This week, the writing prompt is: My Earliest Memory I don’t quite remember Grandpa Polydor (Pol, or Paul after he moved to the New World). He died when I was three and a half, and it was close enough to Christmas that […]

I’m a grandpa again!

I’m a grandpa again!  How can that be?  I still have a full head of hair. Baby Logan Alexander was born yesterday morning. Seven pounds, nine ounces. Mother and child are doing well. Three-year-old big brother’s first words on seeing his new sibling: “He’s so cute!” I agree with that. However, like an guy who […]