Saturday, March 10, 2018


My Best Friend is an autobiographical novel about my relationship with Brandy, a Springer Spaniel, who was my main emotional support at the most difficult time in my life, when my sister Sarah was dying from cancer. After I met my wife Ellen and we moved in together, Brandy adopted Ellen’s two Siamese cats, Foxy and Carousel, as her “best pals.” For the first five years Ellen and I lived together, we took a month-long camping vacation every summer, sleeping in a tent with Brandy, while visiting Northwest Canada and the National Parks in the USA. Brandy enjoyed swimming in the oceans, rivers, and glacier lakes and was my confidante as I matured in my profession as a computer programmer.

Brandy was there when we watched Old Faithful in Yellowstone and I had to call my boss from a phone booth. He constantly denigrated me but needed my input even while I was on vacation. Brandy and Ellen helped me enroll in Empire College (SUNY), where my computer essay was given high grades by Dr. Flynn Ph.D., who was teaching at the Brooklyn Polytechnic computer department. When we met at his office, he told me that if I stayed at my current job I would fall behind in the technology market. While taking long walks at night with Brandy, I discussed Dr. Flynn's recommendation with her. She gave me the courage to start my own business, even though I picked the wrong partner, resulting in having to assume his responsibilities in the company.

Brandy was my trusted adviser and companion until the day she died at the age of 15 ½. Since then I was never able to get another Springer Spaniel.


 Two broken hearts and one pair of yellow flip-flops come together in a beautiful setting to create a tale of hope and healing. Jack and Leah walk the same stretch of beach, looking for answers. With time and prayer, will they find what they are looking for in one another? A heart-warming short story for the reader looking for sweet romance.


 A Second Chance Romance

Their Happily-Ever-After is over before it begins unless they can change time.

Forty-nine-year-old actress Jennifer Knight would rather eat worms than face her first husband. But when her niece Kat accidentally time travels them to 1988, she needs his help.

Lance Davies is more comfortable with computers than people. He never knew how to handle his beloved, mercurial Jen. But now her future self is here in front of him and he wants another chance.

Jen finds herself torn. Her traitorous body insists that home is in Lance’s arms, but her heart has trust issues.

Can two people whose timelines are thirteen years apart find a future where they can be together?

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