Milt’s summer hiatus, and “I only want the positives”: The secret to a lasting relationship without the heartaches, with guest expert Cynthia Brian

Friends, I will be taking the remainder of the summer off from my weekly blog posts. I may post the occasional piece, time permitting, but Mia and I have recently been engaged in an enterprise entirely unrelated to relationship counseling, one that we are finding both wildly fulfilling and quite time-consuming, thus I am simply … Continue reading

My dad’s picture from eternity, and “Honey, I want to be a porn star!”: 50 Shades of Grey and married women getting into porn

Here’s an interesting tidbit that you might find…well, interesting: My father, John, died last year on January 8th. On Christmas Day, while we were gathering for what would be our last Christmas together, I took a few pictures of Pops around the tree (see below). Those would be the last pictures of my father before … Continue reading

More stories from the Nevada Desert, Pain as a part of the Human Condition, and thoughts on MiltnMiaShow.com

…I was speaking last week about our recent stay in the Northern Nevada Desert and a visit from an old friend with some ‘psychological’ issues. Now, I could probably take another month’s worth of blogs to describe all the interesting events that unfolded out there, from our secret Crystal Cave visit to Mia finding an … Continue reading

The necessity of remembering who we are, Milt’s recent radio shows, the Clouds of Indecision and how to live a meaningful life

Hey friends, I can’t speak for anyone but myself but, my word, is Life wonderful! Every day, every moment seems a miracle, and I am absolutely blessed to be able to share my world with you, a readership that keeps me on my toes. Witness a comment made the other day by Joseph D, who … Continue reading

The Death of Burning Man, my radio show on PLV Radio, killing Time, and ‘expressing yourself’ means getting angry?

Hey friends, how’s your summer been? Mine has been fantastic and continues to be, lots of friends and family coming and going, trips here and there, health and attitude good and getting better, golly, nothing to complain about in my corner of the universe! In fact, there’s so much to celebrate I hardly know where … Continue reading

The Era of Women soon begins, and stating my creation and philosophic intentions

I probably should state some intentions here before I get too far along. My book, How High Should I Jump? The Satirical Guide to Pleasing Today’s Woman, from Seaburn Books, (NYC) has just been released on-line, with the actual physical bookstore release coming in January, in San Francisco and then in Chico. https://www.amazon.com/author/rmiltonquibner I intend … Continue reading

TEOTWAWKI: 12-21-2012 thoughts, and promoting my new book

Though it is raining so hard right now that I literally cannot see out my window, I am having an excellent day and week, thank you! Yes, now that my book, How High Should I Jump? The Satirical Guide to Pleasing Today’s Woman, has been released on-line, I am ecstatic to see it finally getting … Continue reading

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