The Sounds of Silence (Habit: Can’t Pack a Dishwasher)

From the section on House Rules When we moved into our house in Georgia about 15 years ago, one of the first things to get on my wife’s nerves, other than me, was the dishwasher. It worked fine. The dishes were clean. The problem was the noise. It was LOUD. “Turn the TV down!” myContinue reading “The Sounds of Silence (Habit: Can’t Pack a Dishwasher)”

Coping With Irritating Man-erisms: Intro

As I mentioned previously, my first attempt at publishing was not historical fiction. My first attempt at getting published was a series of vignettes poking fun at my own marriage. I called it Honey, You’re Annoying Me: Coping with Irritating Man-erisms. I thought I’d found a niche with this book. I could make it cross-cultural,Continue reading “Coping With Irritating Man-erisms: Intro”

Coping With Irritating Man-erisms

My first attempt at publishing was not historical fiction. My first book (still unpublished) was a series of vignettes poking fun at my own marriage. I called it Honey, You’re Annoying Me: Coping with Irritating Man-erisms. I thought I’d found a niche with this book. Beginning in January, I’ll put up for review here whatContinue reading “Coping With Irritating Man-erisms”

Sometimes You Have To Hit “Publish”

The daruma above represents the culmination of a long-held dream. The dream of being a published author. One of the odd things I learned in trying to become an author is that every time I look at my novel, my short story, or whatever I’m working on, I end up wanting to make a change.Continue reading “Sometimes You Have To Hit “Publish””