The last time I wrote, I promised to tell you about how I believe I won a 26 million dollar lottery in Texas. It’s a long story that needs to be cut down. In late November or early December 1993, I was driving through Central Texas, heading to El Paso, where I intended to drive across the border into Juarez, Mexico, park my car at … Continue reading How lucky am I?
I didn’t start this website because I thought people liked me, but to sell my books. I know exactly who I am and what I’ve done with my life, and I’m not proud of the things I’ve done. But suddenly I’ve been overwhelmed by the response from old friends, new friends and people just interested in buying a book and wanting to comment on it. … Continue reading Cancer, screenplay, Reid and Wright
I believe it was 1992 or 1993 and it was either March or April. I was living in a condominium on Wrightville Beach, on a beautiful scenic island just a couple of miles east of Wilmington, North Carolina. My purpose for being there was nefarious: I had discovered a couple of easy looking banks that I thought I might rob during the summer months when … Continue reading The Storm of the Century
It’s Sunday morning. I’ve been up since 7:00, have been to breakfast – consisting of a bowl of bran flakes, a whole wheat bagel, cream cheese and jelly, crushed pineapple, coffee and milk – came back to my room, made a cup of coffee and listened to a one hour segment of National Public Radio news. The story I’m most interested in is the Pope’s … Continue reading Breakfast, chemo, Muslims & banks
Howdy Folks, It has been more than a week since I have picked up a pen and written something. I get in moods; not bad moods – just moods – about writing, talking to others, making phone calls, exercising, etc. etc. I know (if I want to regain some writing skills) I should write every day. Most days this past week I either read or … Continue reading Moods, Writing, Inspiration and Old Friends