Tag Archives: Bigfoot Blues

You Sold HOW Many Books?

  You know all those Facebook and Twitter posts that show me at one bookstore or another with my books spread out in a lovely fan shape and a possum grin stretching my face?  Well, I AM having a good … Continue reading

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Black Salve and Jerking Knees

  The NaBloPoMo blog question I’m going to look at today is: How much does your culture come into play in your day-to-day life? Well, first off, take a good look at the picture of me at the top of … Continue reading

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Humboldt County Reflections

A visit to Humboldt County always grounds me.  I can’t shake the feeling that the entire county exists in a parallel universe.  A better world nourished with the rich fog of light and mist and the rich hummus of a … Continue reading

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‘N’ is for Nothing

So you want to be an author? First, from Nothing but blank pages and a keyboard, with only your experience and imagination and talent to guide you, write a book. Write another book.  Write another one.  Now, maybe you’ve honed … Continue reading

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Inspiration

At book signings I’m often asked: How did you come up with the idea for Bigfoot Blues or Redneck Goddess? The real question is: How did I sort through the hundreds of ideas that popped into my head and choice … Continue reading

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Fool, Fool, Fool

A fool is an unpaid, or poorly paid, person especially devoted to or skilled in some activity. For instance, I am a writing fool. Six hours of every day are spent on my widening butt in front of a computer … Continue reading

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Belief and Bigfoot

Many of you know the story of how my grandfather’s road building equipment was scattered all over the backside of Blue Mountain by a critter with very large feet.  This was back in the 1950’s when I spent summers in … Continue reading

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