May 2008

my poster child

Barkis is a posterboy on the dog-training website of Beaujes. You can see his testimonial here. Judith is a brilliant trainer who uses principles in a fantastic book on dog

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my new little friend

I don’t care what anyone says, that ultra light 6-lb laptop you bought for travel is gonna end up weighing your luggage down by an extra 20 pounds.  I don’t

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Take an author to lunch.

How important is it to have fully funded schools? Real education should educate us out of self into something far finer; into a selflessness which links us with all humanity.                 

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Horse of a different color

I can’t watch the footage of the horse race. You know which one I mean. No wonder I prefer to stick with fiction. It’s so much more manageable than reality.

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Readers in the Rockies

Today’s guest blog comes from Theresa Rizzo, a good friend and wonderful writer. Meet us both, along with Karen Joy Fowler, John Shors and many others at the fantastic Readers

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Buy JUST BREATHE today.

There’s exactly one copy available. At Brenda’s fundraiser auction for diabetes. You have to do it now, though. It’s a one-day item. Bidding opens the 22nd and closes the 23rd.

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Shaggy dog story

Judging by the search terms in my blog stats, there is a lot of interest in my friend Garth‘s new book. You’re not alone. The Art of Racing in the

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Reviewing the reviewers

“If there is one thing worse than being an ugly duckling in a house of swans, it’s having the swans pretend there’s no difference.” Teena Booth, Falling From Fire  A

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Doing good

“Charity sees the need, not the cause.” –German proverb It’s that time of year again. The tireless Brenda Novak–writer, friend, and mother to a boy living with diabetes–is holding her

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