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Time to Reconsider Our Concept of Truth

In an increasingly polarized environment, where ‘fake news’ has become a buzzword, the concept of a single, indisputable truth is outdated. The testimony by FBI Director James Comey serves as a perfect case study. Based on the exact same answers, Democratic and Republican leaders have rushed to reach opposite conclusions, with at least one prominent Read the full article…

Confront Your Fears

In what I consider a minor miracle — and a testament to my wife’s tolerance of my “decorating” tastes — the mask in the picture hangs in our bedroom.  Carved from wood and embellished with cow hair and teeth, it’s nothing short of hideous.  I love it!  It sparks my imagination. The year before I Read the full article…

The Spirit of Collaboration

While I’m normally the type to thrive on competition, one of the most refreshing (and to me, at least, unexpected) aspects of writing has been the high level of camaraderie that I’ve found among fellow authors. Instead of viewing the market as a contest for readers’ attention, most authors I’ve met approach their work with Read the full article…

Countdown to Launch

We’ve completed the final layout and proofing edits for Birthrights.  Now, just the countdown to launch — June 6, 2017 (119 more days). For the few of you who’ve read advance copies of the book and are waiting for the next book’s release, I’m pleased to report that progress on Broken Oaths, the second installment in the Revisions Read the full article…

“What were you thinking?”

Although often followed by words of encouragement — even admiration — this is the look that normally greets me when I explain my decision to write. Walking away from a successful business career to be an author is swimming against the current. I’m sure I’ve given the same look to others who’ve made similar choices. Read the full article…