For many years, listening to Garrison Keillor’s “Writer’s Almanac” was part of my daily regimen. Two years ago, Mr. Keillor ‘crossed the line’ and I abandoned his daily offerings. Continue reading Crossing the Line… again
Twenty years ago, I penned the opening sentence to my first novel, The Olympian, A Tale of Ancient Hellas.
“I was 12-years-old when my father took me to my first Olympic Games.”
I am pleased to announce that The Vitruvian Man’s Book of Hours is now available at Amazon and other online retailers.
A thin 80 pages and a mere 7,500 words it contains 84 ‘offerings’ distributed through three daily hours – sunrise, midday, and sunset – each day of the week. My hope is that it finds its way to nightstands, coffee tables, and other locations within arm’s reach that will encourage people to reach for it and spend a few minutes every day in spiritual thought.
It is currently available as a paperback. We have not made a decision on the eBook.