I have an on-again, off-again relationship with my blog. It has recently found new life as a snarky add-on to my Twitter activity and to archive old columns. It's mostly political, but can be a lot of fun (for me anyway).
I have started to archive my columns as podcasts in my own dreamy voice. It's a work in progress as I struggle with the technology, but for those brave souls who want to download, here you go.
You can find some of my recent columns on The Calgary Sun's website. I was going to say "enjoy", but I read your letters. If you're looking for "Golden Oldies" this site has an archive of columns from 1997 to 2003. Sadly, my recent Sun column archive is now behind a paywall. You can read them for free on my blog.
Here's a collection of my columns in brand spankin' new eBook form so you can carry me on your iPad, iPhone, Kindle, Kobo or whatever for only $2.99.
Here's my novel that blends fact and fiction about the closing days of World War II into a thriller in the tradition of The Eagle has Landed.
The Russians are at the gates of Berlin. The war is won. Or is it? Even as the Red Army deals Nazi Germany its death blow, Hauptmann Träger, reluctant hero of the Reich, is working his way to the heart of Moscow with the last of Germany’s wonder weapons. The Last Blitzkrieg is a fast-paced thriller woven around real people and actual historical events sometimes more surprising than fiction.
Available now at Smashwords and iTunes as an eBook so you can carry me on your iPad, iPhone, Kindle, Kobo or whatever for only $5.99.