Mystify Michael Hutchence

I just watched the 2020 documentary Mystify Michael Hutchence.

I'm sure it was painful to make, but I'm glad they did. It was information that I needed to know.

Having been hit on the head, around 1992, I…


Second shot

I got my second shot earlier in the week. I'm getting over the reaction to it. 

Sometime over the next couple of weeks I should be fully immunized against the covid. 

Getting the second shot wasn't as trippy…


Water Never Boils in Bayou Wyrdbury: A Dracula Story

I'm looking for beta readers for the first chapter of my next book, Water Never Boils in Bayou Wyrdbury: A Dracula Story. Expected release date of Halloween 2021.
The first chapter is about 20 pages long. I've only got about…

Some Holiday Cheer at Zoo Lights

I went to Pima's Zoo Lights night, and I'm really glad I did. It wasn't that crowded, although attendees said it had been in the past. There were free cookies and cocoa. I got a complimentary picture made (not with…


Work Without Hope by Coleridge

Work Without Hope, written by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, published in The Bijou: An Annual of Literature and The Arts in 1825.

All Nature seems at work. Slugs leave their lair— 
The bees are stirring—birds are on the wing—