Monthly Archives: May 2015

all you need is one

Of late, I have been down in the mouth when it comes to writing.  The last three book sales events that I have participated in have been poorly attended, with accordingly poor sales (so poor, that I left two of … Continue reading

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when the world was young: “looking out for number one”

The latest in a series about influences from my earlier days All of the books and movies that I’ve discussed so far in this series have been works of fiction that have influenced my writing.  Looking Out for Number One, … Continue reading

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talking about writing at mms

This past Friday, May 1, I was fortunate enough to discuss writing with 200 students (6th-, 7th-, and 8th grade) of Matapeake Middle School, in my town of Stevensville, MD.  I’m very glad that both my daughters went to MMS, … Continue reading

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“our wild place” on tv

Recently, my friend and co-author Patrick Eibel and I had the pleasure of being interviewed about Our Wild Place, our new children’s book, on Queen Anne’s County Public TV.  You can watch it below.     Thank you, Fred McNeil … Continue reading

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