I Miss Daylight

 Posted by at 12:10 am  Nick's Blog
Jan 042024
 

Do you hate daylight savings time as much as I do? Have you ever met anybody that actually likes it? I don’t think I ever have. What’s the point, anyway? It gets lighter earlier, but everybody has to drive home from work in the dark. Yeah, great idea. It doesn’t help that it’s been cold […]

Almost Completed

 Posted by at 12:25 am  Nick's Blog
Mar 292023
 

After a light breakfast yesterday morning I hopped right on the computer and got to work, writing another chapter in my new Tinder Street book, reading through it, and making some corrections I noticed it needed. Then I printed it out for Terry to edit and proofread. With that done, I spent a couple of […]

A Proofing Frenzy

 Posted by at 12:06 am  Nick's Blog
May 262020
 

After reading Sunday’s Newspaper Days blog post titled Jaws, a reader asked how we kept the giant shark from decaying. It was packed in ice on the boat, and once we got it to my friend’s taxidermy shop, he and his son went to work skinning it. I didn’t stay around to watch that, just […]

Jan 032020
 

Here’s another tale from the Nick Happens file, a collection of true stories about my adventures and misadventures over the years. We all know you can save a lot of money by doing your own vehicle maintenance and simple repairs. I even suggest it in my book The Frugal RVer. The problem is that there […]

#32? Is That Possible?

 Posted by at 12:44 am  Nick's Blog
Oct 032018
 

Miss Terry and my other proofreaders all went the extra mile, like they always do, and finished with my latest book, Strawberry Slugbug, Monday evening. So yesterday I went through the manuscript making their corrections and getting it formatted to publish. It’s always a crap shoot as to how long Amazon’s Kindle publishing program takes […]

Jan 172017
 

When you live and travel fulltime in an RV, something you always have to be aware of is weight considerations. There’s an old saying that whenever something comes in, something else has to go out. That’s why every time Miss Terry purchased a couple of skeins of yarn, I tried to stay as far away […]