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Strange where life takes us–in my case, I’m thinking of a book signing in Annapolis.

32 years ago, almost to the day of my book signing at the Hard Bean Cafe (9/20&21/14), a new friend–like family to me now, our shared mutual warts and all–picked me up in his mid-sized Oldsmobile as I waited on … Continue reading

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Book covers: what we can learn from postage stamps

I love Maryland, the first state to pass gay marriage at the ballot. But that’s not why the Maryland flag is here. I found an image of the flag for the cover of my novel, THE MAN WHO ASKED TO … Continue reading

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