YES!!! My book is released…online, a peaceful Thanksgiving, and Eythor feels better

What a great week! Not only was Thanksgiving a peaceful, calm and generally wonderful day with my family, the whole week has been one of surprises and pleasures, starting with… Yes, the pre-order, on-line release of my book, How High Should I Jump? The Satirical Guide to Pleasing Today’s Woman, published by Seaburn Books in … Continue reading

A special Thanksgiving Message, and my book has been released…kinda (pre-orders)

Hey everybody, I have finally released my long-waited book, How High Should I Jump? The Satirical Guide to Pleasing Today’s Woman and it’s available now from my publisher, Seaburn Books in New York City. It’s like birthing a baby but I’m finally there, hooray! I appreciate your support, and have a fantastic Thanksgiving! My book: … Continue reading

My book’s cover is here, Eythor checks in, and thoughts on the Patreaus scandal

What an exciting week for me, as I prepare to release my book, How High Should I Jump? The Satirical Guide to Pleasing Today’s Woman, by Seaburn Books in New York City, the definitive book for divorced and/or betrayed men who’ve been taking themselves and their relationships far too seriously! Yes, been going back and … Continue reading

Honoring our Veterans, Eythor disappears, and Bart the Oaf comes calling

Let me offer my deepest gratitude and appreciation to our nation’s veterans on this, our Veterans Day Weekend. Having had a father and uncles serve in war, and now siblings serving in the Armed Forces, I am acutely aware of the painful sacrifices these men and women have given for our nation’s security. I ask … Continue reading

Sandy the Destructive Bitch, Eythor falls apart, and the Revenge of Jeremy Affeldt

Hang on, everybody, this is gonna be a long one… Hurricane Sandy and its impact on the East Coast has shaken up our nation and has altered my current agenda. Readying for the publication of my long-awaited book, How High Should I Jump? The Satirical Guide to Pleasing Today’s Woman, by Seaburn Books in New … Continue reading