Category Archives: marriage

Would You Be Cool if Your Spouse’s Best Friend Was of the Opposite Sex?

I just asked my wife, “Would you be cool with me having a best friend who was a woman?” Without hesitation she said, “No, I would not be cool with that.” I feel the same way. Why did I even ask? … Continue reading

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RUN!!! (Review of Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl)

I just finished Gillian Flynn’s “Gone Girl.” It’s like a page from a missing/murdered wife headline. The Laci Peterson story revisited. Several reviewers commented on the craziness of the novel, the sickness of its characters. How they were made for … Continue reading

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When the Past Won’t Let You Go

People talk about forgetting the past, moving on—Letting-It-Go. But what if the past won’t let you go? What do you do? For Grace Monroe, heroin of Victoria Christopher Murray’s Truth Be Told, the past is a nasty stain she can’t … Continue reading

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SIMON’S SPLINTER (A Romance) 11/28/14

For Owen Graham, cohabitation was not about convenience, was not a test drive, nor a question of buying the cow when the milk was free; in fact, the choice had nothing to do with livestock or dairy. He avoided marriage … Continue reading

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I Only Have Ears for You

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A Classic Love Story

Josie Eastman runs to the mountains of Montana to discover who she really is and what she really wants. She realizes that she is really a beautiful flower named Leoti. She finds that she really wants to be loved deeply, … Continue reading

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Rendezvous with a Right Hook (My Review of “Rendezvous with Danger” by Sharon C. Cooper)

Sharon C. Cooper writes like a pugilist fights. She sets you up with the jab. Steady. Rhythmic. Solid lefts jabs. And then all of a sudden. BAM! Sharon hits you with a right hook that seemingly comes out of nowhere. … Continue reading

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