The Glory Days of Aimée Bonnard

Finally! The much anticipated novel about the most expensive woman in Galveston circa 1898 is here! This project was funded through a successful Kickstarter campaign with the support of generous backers. The book features a foreword by renowned historian, Kimber Fountain, author of Galveston’s Red Light District: A History of the Line. Get your copyContinue reading “The Glory Days of Aimée Bonnard”

Winter Solstice Release Day

Today was the official release date for The Glory Days of Aimée Bonnard, my historical novel about a Galveston prostitute circa 1898. It was also the Winter Solstice. And what better way to celebrate than a trip to the Island? Properly outfitted with masks, my friend and I even got to visit a former brothel,Continue reading “Winter Solstice Release Day”


Earlier this week, my water lilies suffered an accident of sorts. They were attacked by a monkey weilding red paint. I’m not naming names, but maybe the monkey was a world famous artist we all know and love. Which does not by default mean that the intervention was welcome or in line with the visionContinue reading “Transformation”

7 Years of Dogs with Bagels

Today marks the 7th anniversary of the publication of Dogs with Bagels. I remember that day like it was yesterday. Galveston, the full moon, driving by the ship channel at night feeling scared and elated, all the hopes and dreams I poured into that project. I’ve learned a lot since then, including the fact thatContinue reading “7 Years of Dogs with Bagels”