Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Woman who Changed her Brain

“The Woman who Changed her Brain,” was a fascinating read. It’s about a woman with profound learning disabilities who learned to overcome them. It’s also a book about learning disabilities in general, a list of the various types that stem … Continue reading

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The Indians Who Don’t Exist

Recently I was on a campout with the Cub scouts. Many of the boys were worried that there were Indians in the forest. Naturally, like a good parent, I explained that (a) that the camp grounds are owned by the … Continue reading

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The Turquoise Bones

Dear Agent Name, “The Turquoise Bones” is a 125k word young adult science fiction novel set in a bronze age culture on an alien world. Apjay is a sixteen-year-old boy who belongs to a tribe known as the Astronomers, a … Continue reading

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Tweed Jacket: Facebook Saves Student

It’s been a long time since I posted under “Tweed Jacket.” Tweed Jacket is how I think of my relatively new job title, “Adjunct Professor of Computer Science.” Anyway, we were administering a final for a course named “Multiprocessor Systems.” … Continue reading

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Literary Louisiana Article about our Book

My wife and I were recently interviewed for the “Literary Louisiana” section of Town Favorites about our book, “Sword and Illusion.” You can read the article here:

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