Monthly Archives: June 2013

Writing on platforms old and new

Things have been a little quiet on this blog for the past week or so, in part because I’m getting a handle on juggling different writing assignments on many different platforms. In case you missed it, I recently started blogging … Continue reading

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Father’s Day

Publisher’s Weekly just put out its list of the “10 Worst Dads in Books,” which seems like bad timing just before Father’s Day. While the article notes that “bad dads turn up less in fiction than bad moms,” the issue … Continue reading

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The debut of Nautical Discoveries

Interested in knowing more about what’s going on in nautical archaeology? Since writing The Man Who Thought Like a Ship, I’ve found that information on the web is sparse and scattered. I’ve compiled a magazine on Flipboard, Nautical Discoveries, which collects information … Continue reading

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What’s on your summer reading list?

I’ve never compiled a true summer reading list. I always have a backlog of books and magazine articles I’m trying to get through, and no matter how much reading I get done, there’s always more, regardless of the season. I … Continue reading

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