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of dragons and daughters and dogs

A few items for your consideration today: Item #1.  Ladies and gentlemen, girls and boys, allow me to present the new version of my young adult fantasy novel, Dragontamer’s Daughters. “What’s it about?”  Think Little House on the Prairie…with dragons. … Continue reading

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“lost dogs” on “papa’s world”

Queen Anne’s County TV, the local cable show where I live (in Scenic, Convenient-to-Nowhere, MD) has launched a new show, “Papa’s World,” (a reference to “Papa” Ernest Hemingway).  Every episode will feature an Eastern Shore writer, and I was chosen … Continue reading

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proposed cover art for “lost dogs”

Last Saturday, I had lunch with my friend James Arnold (who did the covers for Dragontamer’s Daughters Part 1 and Part 2) to catch up (it’s been a few years since we’ve seen each other) and to go over some … Continue reading

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the latest on “lost dogs”

As of yesterday, Lost Dogs, my work-in-progress young adult science-fiction novel, was at 94,000 words, or about 220 single-spaced pages, and I’m rapidly finishing the initial draft.  Lost Dogs depicts life for a group of dogs—led by Buddy (a German … Continue reading

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in praise (again) of james arnold

The other day, I received the latest issue of the Washington College Magazine (WC is where I received my Master’s Degree) and was pleased to find an article (“Art Class is Risky Business“) written by my friend James Arnold.   … Continue reading

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