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Don’t miss The Sand Band

This year, The Sand Band will perform at Treasure Island on Friday, April 29th, playing their own original music and many TropRock covers. Continue reading

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Party on!

It’s parties a go-go here at Word Central today. In the Chalklands, King Bewilliam and his subjects are winding down his birthday celebration. For a while longer you can get The Lost King for 99 little pennies but hurry before the king … Continue reading

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A lightbulb moment

You can find The Lights Go On at the Park, my little Christmas story, on Noisetrade Books and Wattpad, or just read it right here. I hope your Christmas is merry and bright.

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‘Tis the season

Christmas makes me cranky. For one thing, it’s not my holiday to celebrate. To delight in the charming and colorful lighting displays, the brilliant red color spots of poinsettias, the fragrance of pine and cloves and the tantalizing tease of lavishly wrapped presents seems hypocritical … Continue reading

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Found on amazon: “Missing”

Break out the bubbly! Missing just became available on amazon.com. I am positively giddy about this because the author, Alice Marks, is my mentor, dear friend, and a phenomenally talented writer. What’s Missing about? Rhonda Collins MD is a popular physician at a … Continue reading

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Party like there’s no tomorrow

Party like there’s no tomorrow. Because, well, time is just a construct so maybe there is no tomorrow, or yesterday. That said, join me in this timeline on Friday, Aug. 7, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Port … Continue reading

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It’s Shark Week

It’s Shark Week. Have you read Naked Came the Sharks yet? OK, these sharks travel on two legs but they can be just as deadly.

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Tapas and jam

There’s a little jewel in Aransas Pass just waiting for you to discover it. It’s not hard to find, just easy to overlook so let me point it out to you. It’s The Rialto Theater on Commercial Street. The Art … Continue reading

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It’s a takeover

The Texas Coastal Bend is about to be conquered. The intrigue began in March 2015 when conspirators first met on a Thursday evening at the Winery on the Bay at 106 S. Austin Street in Rockport. The plot was hatched … Continue reading

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Coffee with the author

Before I moved to Texas I lived in Phoenix, Arizona. Scottsdale, the next city over, was home to a world famous bookstore. The Poisoned Pen specialized in mysteries and thrillers. The shop was so well known that stopping there was … Continue reading

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