Another Milestone

THANKS TO ALL MY CUSTOMERS I blew through another milestone in my book sales this past Saturday at the Hopkins Raspberry Festival Marketplace Craft Fair. I’ve now sold 2,000 copies of my books!  😛 Thanks to each and every one Continue reading Another Milestone

Berries and Downtowns and GEMS Oh My

I’m not quite “off to see the Wizard” “Berries and Downtowns and GEMS, Oh My” doesn’t hold a candle to “Lions and Tigers and Bears, oh my!”, that iconic chant uttered by Dorothy in “The Wizard of Oz.” But I’ll Continue reading Berries and Downtowns and GEMS Oh My

How Do You Choose a Book?

I Value Your Opinion I’m researching the most popular reasons people buy books. How do you choose a book? There are only two questions in this short survey. HERE’S THE LINK: Book Buying Survey The reason I ask is to Continue reading How Do You Choose a Book?

More Events for 2022

Dangerous Straits cover

I just locked in a few more events for 2022. One is new to me. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. Rustic Mamas’ Market, Four Seasons Centre, Owatonna MN Two are old favorites to which I’m eager to Continue reading More Events for 2022

Thank You, Hopkins MN

Hopkins Raspberry Festival Marketplace Fair   So great to see thousands of people enjoying a perfect summer day. The Raspberry Festival is one of the great community celebrations in Minnesota. All I can say is, “Thank You, Hopkins MN for Continue reading Thank You, Hopkins MN

A Fun Weekend; A Busy Week Ahead with Book Events

Fun Weekend As many of you know, I’m passionate about golf. “Addicted” may be a better term. And I love to compete. My favorite tournament of the year is a two-man team match play event (45 holes played over two Continue reading A Fun Weekend; A Busy Week Ahead with Book Events

Washed out in Hopkins

Not surprising, today’s Hopkins Raspberry Festival Marketplace Craft Fair was washed out today thanks to torrential rains thunderstorms and high winds. Unfortunately, I’d already set up my popup canopy tent before the serious weather hit. The wind hit Main Street Continue reading Washed out in Hopkins