Sunday, October 21, 2018
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Of course, the running joke was that it was meant to be a book kept in the wicker basket next to the toilet along with Guns & Ammo and Golf Digest.
Friday, October 12, 2018
Found a copy of a book that came out in the UK the same year as mine, 1992. I have a few extra copies of my own, pictured is one I picked up on Amazon as a used library book. Those are always fun to find. I doubt I paid that much more for the library book, its more fun to see where and how a book keeps floating around decades after it first saw print. One thing that always amazed me was an email from a fellow who lived in Tasmania. He had found a hardcover copy of my book in perfect condition in a used bookstore in Sydney. That boggled my mind.
Wednesday, October 3, 2018
I think 2019 is a better year. It will be after the Midterms.
Friday, September 28, 2018
Thursday, September 20, 2018
Anyhow, I thank William for allowing me to repost what had been a private letter. Think of a time with no emails. I typed my stories on a word processor and, as seen in the second image, I'd love to click the wheel and have everything be one or two keys on the keyboard off. You see, if you had a Smith-Corona word processor, you typed the entire page and then click print and everything would clack out. Very 90s. This wasn't too long after I was free of the bonds from the March 1989 car accident and was always showing off the one scar (out of two) on my left arm I could photocopy, and all the broken pieces of hardware inside that arm.
Enjoy the letter in the sense of perhaps overhearing two guys jabbering in a hallway at a convention, and maybe decipher the second page. I'd guess everything is one letter off, so good luck with that. I guess the one good thing about a personal website that hardly anybody sees is that I can put up images that are even better than just scanning them into my computer. My thanks again to William.