One thing leads to another…

One Christmas tradition in the US and Canada is the Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign. Every year, across North America, thousands of kettles are set up to take donations for the Salvation Army, and someone always accompanies the kettle, ringing a bell to draw...

Why I’m Smiling Big Today

Here’s a little tidbit from my life that might shock you. When I was younger, I read voraciously, right up until I finished high school. I read mostly science fiction, Heinlein, Asimov, Del Ray and every Star Trek book I could get my hands on. Alistair MacLean and Tom...

A Sad Day…

So it’s a sad day in the Kennedy household. We lost one of our babies–our 1997 BMW 328i. She served us well for 14 years but finally had to be shot. We were not given permission to do so literally, which was a little disappointing. If it were permitted, I think I would have unloaded more than a few mags into that piece of s**t Jaguar XK-8 I had a while back. Now that would have felt satisfying. This time, though, I think it would probably have just added salt to the wound, since we loved that car, especially my wife.

Celebrating 5 Years!

A milestone passed unnoticed this week that is rather significant. Being so busy with the release of Raging Sun, I missed it, but I thought it was worth a quick email in the middle of the campaign for the new novel. Five years ago this week I published my first novel...

The Continuation of the Jag Saga

If you missed the beginning of why each novel features a “Jag Jab”, you can read it here. To continue my Jag saga… To recap, I’ve picked up my car and am now driving back home through the massive thoroughfares in an unfamiliar Toronto. The ABS light...

The Beginning of the Jag Saga

A friend was talking about getting a new car and their excitement reminded me of how thrilled I was when I bought my Jaguar XK-8 cabriolet some time ago. Many have asked me what the purpose of the Jag Jabs are (a term coined not by me but one of my readers) so I’ve...

Poetic Justice?

I was watching the Olympics (am I allowed to even type that word without some fee being paid?) and saw a pigeon on one of the new venues, and said, “You better hold it in, buddy”, which reminded me of something that happened to me about fifteen years ago....

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