Saturday, January 12, 2013
... begins with a column on the op-ed page of the Boston Herald.
I sold a piece, and it appears there today.
You could go buy a copy of the paper. It only costs a buck, and it's full of all sorts of wonderful things aside from my writing - comic strips, puzzles, local and international news, sports, obituaries, lottery results - and, after reading, it is swell to use as something upon which to place your boots the next time they're all wet after you shovel the snow.
If you can't buy the hard copy, you can read my piece at the Herald website.
READ IT HERE
No matter which way you read it, please tell the editor what you think of it.
Well, let me qualify that. If you like it, please say that you consider me the modern day equivalent of... oh, I don't know; perhaps Felix Morley. If you hate it? Shhhhhhhhhhhhh!
It's a start. Now all I have to do is sell 9,999 more of these things and I'll have the means to retire quite comfortably, thank you.
Soon, with more better stuff.