Monthly Archives: January 2016

I’d rather be sailing in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts

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PALINDROMES & a THIRD PARTY?

As I see Sarah Palin and Donald Trump share a stage, twin palindromes emerge: each goes forwards and backwards, chanting the same shabby slogans in a luring monotony which has a knack of inflaming halfwits—including other radical Republican candidates posturing … Continue reading

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MOVIE POSSIBILITIES

As my novel is under review by Hollywood movie producer, I hope to invite Mariel Hemingway to play Amy and Emma Stone to play Fiona. The possibility of a film has some of my Mormon family concerned, but I think … Continue reading

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BIG BROTHERLY LOVE IN SILICON NATION

As an anomaly in Silicon Valley—a writer of novels with historical ambiguity—I am pleased to be working on the well-known collusion over the years of big tech firms in (1) spying on our citizens; and (2) filling the NSA coffers. … Continue reading

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