Hello everyone, Happy to let you know that you can now get Touch Memory on Barnes and Noble and Kobo.
Well. I can almost hear the gods of Google shouting at me. Two negative ideas in the title. Bad SEO. No clicks for that. That sound…bwah bwah bwah…the one they have in game shows and cartoons when someone gets it wrong. But wait a minute. I’ve been in meetings over the past two weeks where… Continue reading Returning to work is a feminist issue
This can all be blamed on a yoga pose designed to release emotions and break the dam holding everything back. I am eating my first mince pie of the season along with a very cheeky morning glass of Beaujolais. Tuer le ver! Mince pies actually taste better than I remember. I’ve always had a keen… Continue reading Holidays – December 27, 2020
Gabriel and Jabier. What they can never tell anyone. What they can only tell each other. Discover their story. At this level, they have an image to maintain. Fans to please, managers to placate, owners and sponsors to convince. For some, it’s the perks that come with the new lifestyle that they need to keep… Continue reading Touch Memory
November 1 November always used to be my favorite month. The month of fogs, and mist, and shapes in the dusk that change and disappear as you stare into the grey air. There’s NaNoWriMo. Always a good month to write, sinking into ideas without some sunny distraction. So – some various thoughts on voice and… Continue reading Content 3
Spring renews. Some things come as a surprise. Still holding the force they always did. New book is out in the world, gently. Should be available to all in the next couple of weeks. This song made me laugh. It’s so perfect for the book… So I’m packing my bags for the misty mountains over… Continue reading New or…old?
Paris. Where it all began. Literally. For me. Another home. I pay tribute to the courage and resilience of her multi-cultural, philosophical, beautiful people who have always been kind to me and my family, where I might be living right now but for a turn of the wheel. Beyond saddened by these nightmarish realities that we all must… Continue reading Paris
Drenge in NYC Live review – January 29 and 30, 2015 Like all things great, it comes out of nowhere and blasts your expectations to dust. Two tall, good looking guys in plaid and t-shirts, now accompanied by their new bassist, head up to the stage. You could call it another round of the epic… Continue reading Drenge in New York City
Happy New Year to all of you! I hope 2015 brings us all the space to forget fear, find new connections, and explore our own unique paths. Much love to all of you. It’s a grey day in NYC, but the conversations on the street speak of hope and any attempt to go a different… Continue reading Happy New Year and Book Update!