Home with a Twist

Like a canoe paddler making ripples in a lake of clouds, I’m adrift in the wilderness of web space. I’ll be dropping my oar in often here, slowly but surely working my way across this expanse. Giving it shape and thought and imagery.

This site is home for my Reality with a Twist novels, you can see About for more about that – go figure. But it’s also a conceptual space to dream in. To speculate on what is, has been or could be. Let’s think, imagine and talk here together.

Check the Latest Twisted Posts page for blog stories and random weirdness. Everything I’m up to will be visible there first.

Like the isolated boater was terribly aware of my presence as we hovered over him in a helicopter taking photos of his solitude, I completely know you’re out there…lurking. Okay, watching and reading and responding with thoughts and ideas in the ether. Why not speak up? I can see and feel your ripples – give them some definition here in comments. Or find more sites and Contact me at Interested in More?  I’ll ride the waves and release a reply.

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3 thoughts on “Home with a Twist”

    1. Don’t I wish! It was a dream of mine, and a friend arranged it as a surprise. It was a very tiny private helicopter and we flew up around the mountain and over the timberlands that surround my town. The pilot gave it to me to thank me for community service. Still brings humble tears to my eyes. It was incredible. The lone boater was a happy fluke…I love it too.

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