Monthly Archives: September 2012


The Lost King is a little less lost. He’s now in the diesel e-books store. The book is in an ePub format so you can download it and read it on all types of devices: Android, iPhone or iPad, an e-reader … Continue reading

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Port A writers find themselves in the soup

Three Port Aransas writers have found themselves in the soup. Chicken Soup, that is … more

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Fun with EPUB

For the last couple of weeks I have been having lots of fun with EPUB. No, EPUB is not a type of digital drinking establishment, although goodness knows at the end of the project I could have used a drink. EPUB … Continue reading

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The best kept secret in town

I had been in Coastal Cabinets many times but I cannot tell you how many times I drove by the expanded building, the Island Home Center, without stopping in… more

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The kids have gone back to school. The summer visitors have gone home. Our beaches are deserted and we can navigate Alister Street without having to dodge golf carts and jaywalking tourists. Summer is if not officially over, effectively over. … Continue reading

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Everything’s coming up roses

KJ Willis and Cathy Thomas took over Flowers by the Sea on Cut-Off Road in April of 2011 and haven’t had a spare minute since they opened the door … more

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