Happiness is NOT a Robot Dog When my daughter was about six years old, she wanted a robot dog she’d seen advertised on television. She begged for it. My wife and I told her that the robot dog was not
Have you ever wondered why artists will sacrifice high salary jobs to pursue their art? It’s because they have stumbled upon the secret to happiness. We all live with too much stress, which eats at our health and well being.
Valentine’s Day is a day many people ponder questions of love. On this Valentine’s Day, I taught my comics and cartooning class at The Arc of the Capital Area. One of the exercises I created for the students was a
David Stands in Front of Paintings and Talks about Books (episode 2): Celts: A History by Peter Berresford Ellis ISBN 978-0-78671-211-3 From the back cover: “A vivid and enlightening representation of a fascinating civilization.” Ellis takes us on a journey
Episode 1: David Borden Talks about Books in front of Paintings The Million Dollar One Person Business by Elaine Pofeldt There is trend in entrepreneurship: the one person company with no employees that has revenue of over $1 million. Since
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It is time to get America Purring again like it should… Praise for Make America Purr Again “If you have ever had a pet cat, you will definitely relate to Charlie’s point of view. I laughed with each chapter, as
The first 12 letters, or chapters if you will, of Flightless are now under one cover as Book 1. The Story: Step into Aos, a mythical world of dragons, strange creatures, and harrowing adventure! Assana, your letter writing host, wants
“The day the Northmen came. They were everything the stories said they were. Fearsome and deadly, physically huge and ruthless. My dreams had come to life.” — Brian Wood, from Part 1– Lindisfarne From the opening pages of Northlanders, Volume
And Yet We Rise: A Tale of Coping, Overcoming, and Transcending Praise for the graphic novel: “I just finished your book. And OMG!!! I Loved It. It was a Beautiful tribute to Savannah. I Laughed , I Cried., and I