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10 Truths About Ghosts

I wanted find out what the ground rules were for ghosts. Ghosts, spirits, specter, apparition, revenant, wraith, poltergeist, shade, spook, ethereal being—there are so many words to describe an earthbound spirit and we assign such different meanings to each.

UPDATE: Two Years Later Am I still Using My Treadmill Desk?

Sit behind a desk more than three hours a day (who doesn’t?) read on. Here are the facts: Studies link prolonged bouts of sitting with obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, abnormal metabolism, and increased risk of early mortality. Pretty scary stuff.  Plus while you sit you burn about one calorie per minute verses up to […]

Giving Your Book Away? Are you Nuts?

My latest book “Life After” is free on Amazon today through Friday (10/15-10/17). Go get a copy, I would love to get your feedback.  I think it’s my best book ever. My family saw how hard I worked on it so can you imagine their surprise when I mentioned over dinner that I was going to […]

Heaven is Not a Destination, It’s a Journey

My new book LIFE AFTER came out today and I’m having a soft launch. It’s like they do in restaurants when they open a week or so before their grand opening so that they can work out the kinks. This is a big departure from the time travel books, it’s a lot less historical and […]

Have You Googled You? AKA, Why I Changed My Website Address

It all started when my son’s 5th grade class first Googled themselves and then their parents (I need to find out what class this was). There had to be so much potential for embarrassment there with old Facebook and MySpace postings.  When my son Franke put me in Google almost nothing came up on dear […]

Joke of the Day

  A writer died and was given the option of going to heaven or hell. She decided to check out each place first. As the writer descended into the fiery pits, she saw row upon row of writers chained to their desks in a steaming sweatshop. As they worked, they were repeatedly whipped with thorny […]

People ask me, ‘What do you do?’ And I tell them I’m a writer, but always with the silent reservation, ‘I am, of course, not really a writer. Hemingway was a writer.’

David Mamet