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In the Beginning – an excerpt

Another teaser from the dog training book that isn’t a dog training book… In the Beginning I warned you that this is not a dog training book, and here’s an extended NOT dog training section. You can skip it. I’ll … Continue reading

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Love

I could have just had a beer, and maybe some ice cream later, and called it dinner.   Tom swooned over the scent of the chicken stock simmering on the stove top as he left for his broadsword class. I … Continue reading

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Thirteenth Night – A Teaser

The pilot wrapped the stained and fraying Ace bandage around Violet’s ribcage once more, flattening her breasts into believably masculine pectoral muscles. “You batten down them hatches any tighter, my eyes gonna pop clean out,” she chirped, her blue eyes … Continue reading

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Use the Bathroom

  The article I wrote for the Watershed Post’s 2016 Outdoor Guide has been making the Facebook share rounds. It’s always a bit startling, and totally fun, to see something you wrote and got published, from the perspective of having … Continue reading

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At Ease

The hot water heater stopped working. I always check the water temperature before getting in the shower, so I was spared that particular discomfort on the first of this year, but darn it — I need a shower. This is … Continue reading

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The End of Summer (ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes)

Change of heart. Change your mind. Loose change. Change of pace. Changeling. Change of life. Small change. Change it up. Chump change. Change or die.   Knowing and being ready to act upon knowledge are two very different things indeed. … Continue reading

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The Notion of Promotion

Despite the time-wasting, short-attention span nature of scrolling through my Facebook feed, I did stumble upon an article about hiking that I not only read, but read closely. Well written and full of useful tips, long enough to be a … Continue reading

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