I wrote a little something about bedtime stories for my friend Jeff Hite’s website. Here’s how it begins… A few nights ago I was sitting with my daughter Sophie, looking through A Children’s Treasury of Mythology. She’s three years old and one of her favorite things is to go through […]
(The past few months have been a blur of days. I wouldn’t have believed it was actually months, even, if I didn’t know better. The momentum picked up so fast, some days I wasn’t sure I could take it. The only thing saving my sanity right now is the knowledge that we won’t be likely to go through all of this ever again.)
In which a long absence is explained.
In which a sandbox is procured, children graduate, and old authors pass on.
It’s been a busy time. Here are a few of the reasons why . . . also, we get some very nice fan mail, write some new stories, and drop meaningful hints about some kind of special event coming next week.
Put on your grass skirt and coconut brassiere, it’s time for another Link Luau — with the latest news on book reviews, book clubs, podcasting popularity, blue-eyed babies, and the madness of Englishmen…
In which many, many important things are mentioned — including the obligatory Flash mention, a subliminal Dude reference, and new work coming in August.
Longtime readers of this blog — and anyone who had to sit through a meeting with me in the late Nineties and early Aughts — might remember my enthusiasm for a little Apple device called the Newton. I won’t go into it’s history here, but I absolutely loved the Newton. […]
A few months back, my wife had to switch doctors. She’d been with the same physician for years, so losing them halfway through her first pregnancy was a little bit of a disappointment. But it wasn’t the end of the world. The new doctor was a very experienced, businesslike woman […]