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Grief sneaks up

When I wrote last, I was cranking on research for the updates to the new edition of 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die. I’d survived my dad’s death and planning his funeral, trying to sort out his bills, and … Continue reading

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Where I’ve Been

I feel like I’ve been out of touch for months. My father fell last August and broke his pelvis. Because he was so medically fragile, he stayed in the hospital for nine weeks while the bone healed without surgery. He … Continue reading

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Never Enough 2022, part 2

This is the second half of last year’s year-end wrap-up. It’s taken me more than a week to pull together all the links to stuff I did last year, not because there was so much but because my dad fell … Continue reading

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The Weekly Morbid

The essays that I’ve been scrambling to write have started going up to celebrate my favorite season of the year. First up is an essay at Horror Made. I’m really proud of this one. I pulled together a list of … Continue reading

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Never Enough: All the Rest

Actually, I’m fairly pleased with how the promotional aspect of everything went last year. I had some great conversations with podcast people this year. Because of the Camp Fire book, I managed to get out in public some. Thanks to … Continue reading

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