“What do I do? There are twenty-six letters in the alphabet. I jumble them around.”
~ Mordechai Richler
I’ve spent a lot of time jumbling and re-jumbling those twenty-six letters around during the months since my last post. The challenge I’d set for myself at the time, writing a story a week, lasted five weeks and yielded five stories, enough to prove a point to myself: that writing five stories in as many weeks is
a crazy, exhausting thing to do possible.
Much jumbling in the meantime, and now I’d like to invite Dear Reader over to the Books page of my new website for a peek at what’s new. I’m pleased beyond measure to announce the forthcoming publication (by Gaspereau Press) of my vaudeville-era novel, Like Any Other Monday. The story is inspired by the research I’ve been doing for a few years now on the vaudevillian and silent-film comedian, Buster Keaton. The book should be on the shelves in September.
Hence the new website: New book, new look.