Monthly Archives: November 2011

#27–High wind warnings . . .

Last week I talked about the stormy conditions on the coast not realizing that our biggest storm since 2007 would hit within a few days. On Monday afternoon, wind picked up and continued to worsen throughout the evening. I listened … Continue reading

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#26–Rain or shine . . .

  Those of us who live on the coast know that we live on one of the most rugged coastlines in the world with some of the stormiest winter weather. We call it living on the edge. Gusts of 45 … Continue reading

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#25–A typical week . . .

Books don’t sell themselves. Since we’re not on Amazon or have a regional distributor yet, it’s up to Dick Smith and me to promote Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges and make sales. He outsold me three to one on the first … Continue reading

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#24–What people are saying . . .

  It’s been seven months since Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges came out last April 1, and we’re closing in on 1,000 books sold. It’s a milestone and here’s the verdict so far. I have a friend in California who is … Continue reading

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