Someone once said "no day is so bad it can't be fixed with a nap." That's my new philosophy on life. I used to be closet napper. I would drift off during tedious and unproductive meetings. Slump over in my seat on the subway. Pretend to be listening to my wife as I catch a snooze. … Continue reading The Lost Art of Napping
A fabulous read by this debut author. Not your typical Xmas story.
In case you missed it, my novella, The 24th, released last Friday! The book is available for purchase on Amazon in both paperback and e-book formats. It makes a great stocking stuffer too! If you enjoyed it, please leave a review and let other readers know what you thought!
I rarely use my blog for serious writing. But I feel the need to share my recent experiences and help sort out in my mind a turbulent year in my life that has left me physically and emotional drained yet pleased to have gone through the experience. My friend Gary Gladstone wanted to take a … Continue reading My Flirtation With Politics Is Over
The past summer’s release of Loved Mars Hated The Food by Willie Handler is exactly what the title suggests, a rip-snorting, hilarious romp on Mar Read more... Source: Loved Mars Hated The Food Might Just Be The Funniest Book of 2019 : The Canadian Business Daily
I was back on WFOD, an internet radio program that airs every Tuesday evening. The hosts are pretty much off the wall but it's a lot fun. We talked about tanning beds, Trudeau's blackface photos, and hear my imitation of the Amber Alert alarm. We might have even talked about Loved Mars Hated The Food. … Continue reading My Zany Interview With WFOD
Photo by Fancycrave.com on Pexels.com My wife hates grocery shopping. Not other types of shopping - clothes, furniture, kitchen gadgets and jewelry. Just groceries. It seems buying sustenance intimates her. So by default, I have been delegated shopping for food. Grocery shopping is not an issue for me, provided I am given a clear, … Continue reading The List
You can watch my recent podcast appearance on A Scribe's Journey where I talk about my novels.
It's been far too long since I've posted on this blog. That's because sometimes life is a form of inertia that sucks up free time and kills the concept of a regular schedule. I'm weeks away from releasing Loved Mars Hated The Food and thought I would reveal a little bit about the genesis of … Continue reading The Genesis of Loved Mars
The official book launch has been scheduled for the evening of August 14 in downtown Toronto. Come out and join the celebration.
Your daughter sends you a WhatsApp message and it's a series of emojis. You have no clue what it means and realize you can no longer communicate with the younger generation. What do you do? You know if you admit to not understanding that you will be ridiculed forever and a day. "Mom, do you … Continue reading An Emoji Translator