Tag: Puerto Rico
Audiobook release of Mosquito Song: Dreams in Old San Juan
My new short fiction audiobook is out now and free US review copies are available in a limited number.
Mosquito Song: Dreams in Old San Juan
Mosquito Song: Dreams in Old San Juan, is my new short story now available for downloads in the Kindle store. The story takes place on the last day of summer in 2018. But it was born 14 years ago on a trip to Old San Juan from a strange dream, and then developed during the…
Finding the Calm Sea in the Holiday Storm
Family, lack of family–either one can be a cause of anxiety during the holiday season. Where the happy memories live, the loney ones also lurk around the corner and always seem to come visit this time of year, no matter how careful and festive the planning. What to give, whether to buy, and floods of commercial…
Moths on Halloween and Old Souls
A moth flew throught the kitchen in the predawn grey of the early morning hours here. I thought it was going for the candle that burned all night on the marble table under Saint Frances and the wolf–a wood carving from Mexico. But no, it was going for the nightlight.
Tsunamis That Rock Our Home
I love science because it is questioning, and I always question. What question we ask can determine what answers we get. Dealing with the environmental tragedies of our times leads to many questions for people everywhere around the world. “Can it happen here?” I remember taking this photo of the riling sea in Puerto Rico the…