Monthly Archives: July 2011

#10––Taken over my life . . .

My book, Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges, has taken over my life. That could be my daily mantra––it has taken over my life; it has taken over my life––during these past three months. This week is a good example. Last Friday, … Continue reading

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#9–Contrast in extremes . . .

  Sometimes presentations just don’t go according to plan, and other times they exceed expectations. The adventure continues. Doing PowerPoint presentations in a campground just isn’t the same as standing at the podium at the Florence Events Center speaking to … Continue reading

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#8––The big time . . .

When I first sent out comp copies of the book to the media, at the top of the list was Bob Welch of Eugene’s Register–Guard. I enjoy reading his column and his books. I even reviewed at least two of … Continue reading

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#7–Authors and writers . . .

  For the past 22 years I’ve been a writer. For 3 ½ months I’ve been an author––just since Crossings came out April 1. First thing I noticed––an author gets way more respect. Suddenly, people notice me. They say they’ve … Continue reading

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#6–A really good day . . .

All week I kept changing my mind about what I would write about, and today (June 30) I decided to write about today. I also kept putting off calling venues up and down the coast to see if any who … Continue reading

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