The first condition of understanding a foreign country is to smell it. ~ Rudyard Kipling Scent slings me to foreign shores … Roasted chestnuts in Paris. Festive… Read more “Wanderlust”
Venice is like eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs in one go. ~ Truman Capote I arrived in Venice on a balmy afternoon by private water… Read more “Excerpt “Departures, Arrivals””
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Two evocative syllables. The word elicits hushed tones, noir images and blurred boundaries. It can be seductive and scary. And no matter how much we try to… Read more “Taboo”
I stood facing the closed door, the crowd swelling outside. For the first time since war broke out, I felt genuine fear. How ironic … now it… Read more “Prologue, “Dutch Courage””
Days yawn and lengthen A season closer to you Reunion in bloom.
Greetings! I’m super pumped to share that I’m collaborating with my bro on a children’s book, based on the true story of his cat, Mister Richard Parker.… Read more “The Adventures of Mister Dicky Parker”