Hard freeze

“There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.” – Lenin Texas had its “Come to Jesus” moment last week, which is a fitting idiom for a state that is the buckle in the Bible Belt. As I was telling a friend, I expect a good bit of change to come, because the state that calls itself the biggest, the best, the proudest, the most, was brought to its knees by Read more…

What’s next?

So. What’s next? 2021 has been looking a lot like 2020 so far, but viruses don’t know from calendars. As far as COVID-19 is concerned, it’s just going on its merry way, mutating and spreading la la la. Since it’s not likely I will get vaccinated until the summer, I’m still continuing protocols, including masking up when going to the grocery store, and socially distancing with friends. The photo is from Saturday’s hike at Walnut Read more…

Gordath Wood News!

“Good news: your script, Gordath Wood, is advancing to the quarterfinalist round of the ScreenCraft Cinematic Book Competition.  Congratulations!” I had semi-forgotten that I had submitted GW to this contest. We are in good company among the 2020-2021 quarterfinalists. Here’s my logline: “When Lynn rides a famous show jumper home after a show, she is plunged into a medieval world where noble houses vie for supremacy and war is ever-present. But a greater danger brews Read more…