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Hitchcock’s Predecessors


Anton Chekov, The Lady with the Dog, Eden Phillpotts, Alfred Hitchcock. Drama, London stage plays, romantic comedy, The Farmer’s Wife, Laurence Olivier, pre-talkies, Mary E. Martin, short stories, The Trilogy of Remembrance, The Osgoode Trilogy, character development, writing.

WOW! I love it when I stumble upon something old when I thought I was looking for something new–especially when it comes to the movies. Then the old becomes new at least to me.  Film: Fun to wander around the web on a Sunday afternoon. Why not drop in to visit me on my website and […]

Stories from The Wondrous Apothecary


  BOOKS AND CONVERSATION,  THE WONDROUS APOTHECARY, is the gift to give and get.                       The Mandala is your guide to a novel which grows straight out of THE TRILOGY OF REMEMBRANCE. Follow the links below for some appetizers [little short stories from that novel] to […]

The Wondrous Apothecary at the Hospital


You must excuse me! I’ve not properly introduced myself. Who could be speaking to you from the upper realms of the written page of THE WONDROUS APOTHECARY? I am also the storyteller. I’m sure you are curious, because I am about to  introduce you to that renowned artist, Alexander Wainwright and a burglar-conceptual artist named […]

The Wondrous Apothecary and the Old Bailey


BOOKS AND CONVERSATION RINALDO IN HOSPITAL The Wondrous Apothecary is now published,  just in time for the holiday, gift giving season. This story follows from the novel The Trilogy of Remembrance. Have you met the artists, Alexander Wainwright and Rinaldo yet? They are in The Drawing Lesson, The Fate of Pryde and Night Crossing AND […]

Creativity for the Multi-Tasker


Creativity, multi-tasking, Tim Harford, TED Talks, Walter Isaacson, Leonardo Da Vinci, as above so below, Bubonic plague, poetry, baking bread, Archimedes, The Trilogy of Remembrance

  Ever heard of  slow-motion multi-tasking resulting in creativity? I was intrigued with that idea as presented in a TED talk by Tim Harford. Harford’s essential idea? Highly creative people move among their creative projects to let one influence the other. Because, if you blur the boundaries between your projects, you’ll make it easier to relate one […]

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