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The Waiting – coming in May 2014

Well, here it is…the stunning cover of Grandma’s book, The Waiting, which will be published in May by Tyndale!  I am working morning, noon and night (along with my partner, Cindy Coloma) to meet the manuscript deadline of December 31. … Continue reading

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Ebert, Art, and Life after Death

The great writer Roger Ebert died yesterday, and the news made me cry. Not as soon as I read it but an hour later, when I was driving to the bookstore (hurrying, since I had only a short while before … Continue reading

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My Year in Books – 2012

Following are the titles of the books I finished reading in 2012. In addition to these, I am still in the middle of so many books, I’m too embarrassed to give you the number (27.) As I no longer finish … Continue reading

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In Defense of Paper Pages

To Kindle or not to Kindle? That is the question. I have no quarrel with e-readers. Since I am a die-hard fan of learning, any medium that gets people reading is fine by me. Read on a papyrus scroll or … Continue reading

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On (Attempted) Writing

“Easy reading is damn hard writing.”  ~Nathaniel Hawthorne Last week, I started reading Open, the autobiography of Andre Agassi. And, jeepers creepers. This is by far the best sports bio I’ve ever read. Andre’s story is incredible, better than fiction. … Continue reading

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My Year in Books – 2011

I’m a few days late (thanks to some looming writing deadlines, and all the media attention this week over my Grandma’s story), but here is the list of the books I finished in the last year, separated by the month … Continue reading

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Coffey’s Angels

One of my favorite writers is celebrating the release of his second novel today – so naturally, I had to get in on the fun. If you’re unfamiliar with Billy Coffey, let’s fix that right now. Billy is a thirty-something … Continue reading

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