A self-inflicted wound in the world of traditional publishing

A couple of months ago I went off on a little diatribe about the good and bad of the self-publishing world. I was ticked off by some really crappy work that boasted a nearly five-star rating from readers. It had me questioning the credibility of self-publishing. Now, the world of traditional publishing has stepped in … Continue reading A self-inflicted wound in the world of traditional publishing


Sweet 17

Sweet 17 It is 1971. Lorraine Geiger, my mother, is embarking on a new life as she joins her husband in the dizzying world of  the NYC Fashion industry. Their recently acquired apartment is beyond their wildest dreams.  My dad, Bert Geiger, who has not come out as gay yet, has been befriended by Antonio and Juan, … Continue reading Sweet 17


Mojo “I want some of your mojo!” I declare, laughing, as I fall in step with the 6’ 6’ black gentleman on the Casino dance floor.  I  haven’t been familiar this  brazen part of me in along while.  She shows up once in a blue moon unexpectedly. Well the moon is full tonight and Jupiter … Continue reading MOJO