Monthly Archives: December 2009

The Unexpected Traveler is Underway

At last! After months of planning and pondering, my new fantasy book is underway. Under the working title The Unexpected Traveler, the story follows Rainier, an elf who doesn’t want to become king. The unexpected traveler is photographer Peter Wright, … Continue reading

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Font Fun Galore!

Instead of writing a fourth book in the flying broomstick series, I’m redirecting my thoughts to a “full-blown” fantasy novel, complete with a fantasy world. The working title is The Unexpected Traveler and it will have the usual elves, dwarves, … Continue reading

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Kudos to Office Depot!

(NOTE: There’s an update at the end of this post.) Our thanks to Office Depot for being the model of customer service! Our three-year-old, much-used Okidata war-horse-quality color laser printer was pretty worn out and insisted it needed some expensive … Continue reading

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More Press for Railroad Book

This paragraph about Mt. Sneffels Press’s book, Narrow Gauge Railroading in the San Juan Triangle: The Rio Grande Southern, the Ouray Branch of the D&RG and Otto Mears’ Silverton RR, appears in the January 2010 issue of Railroad Model Craftsman. … Continue reading

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