My Wishful Thinking Blog is sort of a catchall. I may blog about my experiences as a writer or, on the business side, as a self-published author. I also post interviews with authors and other industry-type folks from time to time. I cover a lot of ground and do my best to make it as interesting and entertaining as possible. I’m a father of two and married to an Irish Catholic. If I can’t find some blog material in there somewhere, it’s probably time to find another line of work. I have already posted some short fiction and will likely do more of that in the weeks and months to come. When it’s football season, I always have plenty to say on that subject. Say what you want about the NFL but you can never accuse them of being boring. About the only topics I’ll try to avoid at all cost are politics and religion. There’s enough trouble in the world already. Subscribe to my blog and please feel free to leave comments on what you read. If there’s something in particular you’d like me to blog about, that’s cool too. Just let me know. You’ll find an email link at the top of this page.
If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all. My mom taught me that. Well, it was either her or Lewis Black. I can never remember which. At any rate, it seems like sound advice. I wish I could say I follow it all the time. I will do my best when it comes to my Turn the Page Book Review Blog. The thing is, people’s tastes are different. If a book is in print, or the audio or electronic equivalent, it means someone out there loved it. Who am I to turn around and say that it stinks? I don’t enjoy everything I read. However, if I take the time and trouble to write a review of a book, you can safely assume I gave it at least three stars. That’s no guarantee you’ll have the same reaction. The best I can offer there is that I’ll try never to steer you wrong. Please subscribe to my blog and see what you think. If you see something that sparks your interest, you can easily make a book purchase fight from my site. And, if there’s a book you’d like me to read and review, send me an email. I’d love to hear from you.