Monthly Archives: January 2015

“TAKER” DREAM TAKEN SERIOUSLY

I hardly ever remember my dreams.  I know I dream.  As a psychotherapist I occasionally interpret dreams (as a vehicle to talk about what is hard to talk about).  So it bears considering that I remembered this one.  In the … Continue reading

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UPDATE: “JASPER TO PROOFREADER”

January 27, 2015:  It’s been an eventful week. 1. I got “Jasper Lilla and the Wolves of Banner Elk” back from the formatter and passed it on to the proofreader. 2. The sequel to “Jasper Lilla….” is at 13,000 words. … Continue reading

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2014 in REVIEW: ACCOMPLISHMENTS: “WHY NOW?”

“Why Now?: The Night the Wolves Escaped from Bays Mountain” was released in the summer.  Writing “Why Now?” really connected me to the City of Kingsport.  My counseling schedule allowed me to spend one morning a week in Kingsport and … Continue reading

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AN ENDING FOR BOOK III

Greetings to all who read my Blog.  At this very moment (6:20AM) I am sitting in my preferred seat in the window of Blackbird Bakery.  Other than the staff I am alone.  They have soft jazz playing and there’s only … Continue reading

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