Too lazy to read? You're in luck because Steven Kerzner and I do a weekly podcast on politics and current events. Rest your eyes and give your ears a workout. Now on iTunes
If you're looking for something really old, here are copies of my old columns from 1997 to 2003.
Here's one I wrote in 2006 about being radically moderate. It seems appropriate to put it back up..
A collection of my columns in convenient book form (what we used to read before the Internet) came out a couple of years back. Now it's available as an eBook here for a mere $2.99. Also available through iTunes, Kindle, Kobo, NOOK, and Amazon.com.
This is a collection of almost a hundred of my favourite columns about "helpful" bank clerks, "empowered" customer service reps, telemarketers, and otherwise dealing with a world that often refuses to see how little sense it makes.
Plus there's the joys of parenthood and you'll also finally discover the main difference between men and women (hint - it's all about flashlights, home surgery, and how you feel about finding bulk toilet paper on sale).
"I just want to thank you for the chuckles. I will be giggling for days." - T.K., Calgary
"I just had to let you know that I really look forward to your articles. I laughed out loud at today's column." - C.L., Halifax
"Keep on entertaining us, a person can never laugh too often." - F.G., London
$2.99 in eBook format for iPad, Kindle, Kobo and whatever else you have.
Approx. 51,000 words
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 Last Blitzkrieg is my well-recieved foray into the world of speculative historical fiction.
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 the iTunes store as an eBook so you can carry me on your iPad, iPhone, Kindle, Kobo or whatever for only $5.99. Read the first few chapters for free - so try before you buy. Available also through iTunes, Amazon and other fine eBook download sites.