Mags' World

Oct
05

Reading: Cafeteria Style

How can reading be “cafeteria style?’ Well, consider this. My novel MAGS at THE GENIUS HOUSE has a subtitle: “A Composite Novel.” In fact, all my novels have the same subtitle: “A Composite Novel.” Here’s the reason why. One big … Continue reading

Sep
28

We Are The Asteroid

Remember the theory? That an asteroid crashed into our planet and the global ice age that followed “extincted” the dinosaurs? Well, check out a 5-minute video entitled, “Extinction: The Facts.” It’s narrated primarily by David Attenborough, and it’s not only … Continue reading

Sep
23

Rest in Power, Ruth Bader Ginsburg

In celebrating the amazing life of RBG, it has been often commented on how unlikely it is that a woman in her 80’s became a super-star, admired by so many across gender and age and circumstance. Regarding the necessity of … Continue reading

Sep
20

Celebrating the Older Woman

If you haven’t already heard, MAGS at THE GENIUS HOUSE is available at Amazon in e-book format and will be available in paper on October 2nd. This is the first novel in a five-book series called “The Mags Chronicles,” and … Continue reading

Nov
14

Words fail me . . .

. . . which is an interesting statement, given that I define myself professionally as a writer. So yes, I flew to New York City with my friend Murphy who promised me that the Nor’easter predicted to follow Hurricane Sandy … Continue reading

Nov
04

So you’ve heard about the Big Ass Fan Company, right?

It’s true.  Big Ass Fans is based in Kentucky and the company’s known all over the world.  Here’s their logo: I think they call her “Fanny.” So anyway, about the mess in New York City and elsewhere, I can’t help … Continue reading

Nov
01

Flying to New York with my friend Murphy

Murphy of “Murphy’s Law,” that is.  In the wake of TS Sandy’s devastation, it looks like VOX 2012 will rearrange some scheduling and carry on as planned.  Meaning that I’ll be flying to New York on Sunday. What’s VOX?  It’s … Continue reading