Archive for January, 2012

“Only passions, great passions can elevate the soul to great things.”

– Denis Diderot

“Holding onto anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.”

– Buddha


Winter storm

                                                         An inviting scene as Lone Eagle Grill last Sunday.  It was a stormy                                                                                                                                             day  brunching with my dear old friend from Paris.

“When I saw you I was afraid to meet you. When I met you I was afraid to kiss you. When I kissed you I was afraid to love you. Now that  love you, I am afraid to lose you.”

– Unknown

“Never close your lips to those whom you have opened your heart.”

– Charles Dickens

“Judge nothing, and you will be happy. Forgive everything , and you will be happier. Love everything, and you will be happiest.”

– Chimnoy


Book updates

It’s been a busy week. We are finishing making the corrections on the second proof of the Dr. Selfish softcover. Once the third proof comes back to us, hopefully we will be ready to go and finally have a paperback version.

With Malicious Intent, is in it’s final stage of formatting in ebook version and will be done possibly as soon as today.

The third novel in the Arnie Darrow series, Double Down, is coming right along. The entire book takes place in the state of Nevada, so it’s been fun to write about. I’ve learned quite a bit about our state while doing my research, for example, did you know that Nevada means snow-clad?

Kate has been offered a book deal to write about her harrowing experience with her ex-husband. She’s been offered big money. I say why not?


A man loses his sense after four drinks, a woman loses hers after four kisses.

– H.L. Mencken

The only thing that truly matters on the journey of life is the company of those we chose to share it with.

What lies behind us, and what lies before us are tiny compared to what lies within us.

– Ralph Waldo Emerson