Revisiting Renninger’s Antique Market in Adamstown, Pennsylvania: A Trip into Lost America and Americana

16 August 2021 A Writer's Life

I recently revisited Renningers Antique Market in Adamstown for the first time in 25 years in a search for classic pulp fiction, comic books, and a few more odds and ends. Nothing much has changed at this now ancient flea market venue. I recall this place from my youth, but it seems like it’s older […]

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Harry and The One-Eyed Bunny

22 April 2019 Fantasy/Sci-Fi

This is a revision of a previous story, Horace and The One-Eyed Bunny (which can still be found on this site). I never liked the main human character’s name all that much. So I changed it to Harry, and then made some very minor edits to the narrative. This story start came from seeing one of […]

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Parenting 101: The Audacity of Modern Parenting

20 April 2019 Humor & Satire

Every generation has those parents that, after having a child and a few years of nurturing, think they have the rewritten the book of parenting for everybody else. Apparently, most of these parents attend my church. I wish they were around when I was raising my son, so I could bow down at their feet […]

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A Short Book Review : All I Did Was Shoot My Man by Walter Mosley : A Leonid McGill Mystery

22 December 2018 Books

A short review of All I Did Was Shoot My Man by Walter Mosley, featuring his character, private investigator Leonid McGill.

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Ephrata PA Police Department Getting Advanced Drone in 2019 to Spy on the Small Town

20 December 2018 Humor & Satire

Ephrata PA Police Department announced this week that they will be getting a more sophisticated flying drone to spy on the small town in northern Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

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