As we approach the release of Midlife Mouse on March 2013, we will post excerpts from the book for you to enjoy. Check them out below, including the full text of Chapter One: Skulking in the Shadow’s of Giant Spaceman’s Legs.
“It was all black coffee and gin. We started calling ourselves the Small World Society way back then. If you heard someone say it was time for a proper ‘society lunch,’ you knew it was martini time.” Continue reading →
“His mind raced, wondering what historical figures could be more slanderously maligned by such a statement and could only come up with three: George Washington, Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant and Elvis.” Continue reading →
With today being Fat Tuesday, and with the Pope being forefront in the news, it seems like a perfect time to share this excerpt from Midlife Mouse. Happy Mardi Gras, everyone! from Chapter Nine: “The Night of the Black Jubilee” Bill had been out for nearly an hour on his … Continue reading →
Tonight, my alma mater, the University of Alabama, faces off with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish for college football’s national championship. Some people may not realize what an epic and historic matchup this game is, but I submit the following excerpt from Midlife Mouse. The rivalry, respect and animosity between … Continue reading →
His mind raced, wondering what historical figures could be more slanderously maligned by such a statement and could only come up with three: George Washington, Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant and Elvis. Continue reading →
I’ve been working on some small re-writes and proof reading to prepare for publication. This is one of the passages I worked on today. My beta readers might notice some significant changes to this scene. Enjoy! Continue reading →