Monthly Archives: June 2018

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Creating While Distracted

We have a new family member, Gingeroo, who joined us almost two months ago. She’s an adorable little girl and before anyone asks, she is 100% Pure Yorgess… “your guess is as good as ours!”  She’s a mixed breed, some … Continue reading

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East-West Crazy

Below is an excerpt of the novel we’re working on. It’s fictionalized autobiography — fiction based on personal experience. I don’t seem to write straight-out autobiography. Until I get some distance from it, turning it into a story, it’s hard … Continue reading

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