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The value of work (and writing about it)

During Fun A Day Reseda 2019, I’ll take breaks from writing my new novel, Snow in Los Angeles, to share with you themes and other insights from writing this book. I consider myself a cubicle author because work plays a role in every novel I’ve written. The same is true for Snow in Los Angeles, although …

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What the Federal budget crisis teaches us about power

Too much has already been said about the shutdown of the United States Federal government and the even bigger crisis that can happen if the debt limit issue isn’t addressed. I also don’t want to add to the chorus of finger-pointing, because there is plenty of blame to go around. Instead, I’m interested in the …

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