"Last two speakers of dying language won't talk to each other http://t.co/M5kX2jclCC"
"App 'not as good as a full ultrasound machine' http://t.co/hCuWidcpen < how soon will we be able to run lab off students' smartphones?"
Monthly Archives: August 2011
My mullein plants have been stricken with caterpillars. Dull-looking white caterpillars, embedded in a mass of dirty fuzz covering most of the plant. Normally, I would be able to look this up online. But unfortunately, there’s this thing called the … Continue reading
This is my amazing neighbor and one of the chipmunks she has tamed. His name is Theo. The others are Peewee, Rocky, and Bob. Share This:TweetFacebookStumbleUponDiggDelicious
A Lovesome Thing is available here at Amazon.com now, for your kindling pleasure. Also, Adam Stephanides has posted a long, thoughtful and detailed review of Advice From Pigeons at his blog, ‘Completely Futile.’ Thank you, Adam! If you’re wondering whether … Continue reading
I’ve finished updating the Royal Academy website to reflect the recent issue of A Lovesome Thing. Anyone who wants a link to purchase, or to read the prologue and first chapter, can find them at http://www.raosyth.com/thebooks.htm. Share This:TweetFacebookStumbleUponDiggDelicious
Deron Douglas of Double Dragon has taken me by surprise again. This morning he emailed me to announce the release of A Lovesome Thing, the second Royal Academy novel. And of course, I haven’t even posted the free excerpt at … Continue reading
My day job starts tomorrow, and the long weekday afternoons of editing in the garden are over for another year. In spite of all the time I spent traveling, this has been a tremendously productive year by my standards. I … Continue reading
The line-edits for the second Royal Academy novel, A Lovesome Thing, are completed! And Deron Douglas is finishing a lovely cover painting … watch for its release in September. Share This:TweetFacebookStumbleUponDiggDelicious