“The Mayonnaise Murders Pt. 2” is a new kind of science fiction
/ January 31, 2014 0 COMMENTS

  Hard at work on the sequel to “The Mayonnaise Murders.” Still haven’t got a title yet, but here’s a taste.  And yes, there really is such a thing as Detroit science fiction. Stay tuned for more… Everybody on the street called him Munchkin, but it wasn’t just because of his size. Granted, he was…

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The road to self employment; one man’s (brief) story
/ January 21, 2014 1 COMMENTS

And now I’m proud to announce the release of my latest eBook, “The Self Employment Chronicles.” For only 99 cents! Here’s a taste: “The Self Employment Chronicles” began as a therapeutic post written on the progressive political blog “Jack and Jill Politics” several days after the author was laid off from a job he had…

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Cory Booker loves (is scared of) Israel
/ January 15, 2014 0 COMMENTS

  Certainly there are those who have admired Sen. Cory Booker from afar who are now somewhat flummoxed (I’ve always wanted to use that word) at his decision not to support President Barack Obama’s historic deal with Iran. Some, who are strongly pro-Israel, no doubt find themselves pleasantly flummoxed. Others who aren’t quite so reflexively…

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