Category Archives: Seattle

Moving and Shaking

The more I research my story, “Earthquake—Seattle!” the more I realize we could have a pretty nasty shakeup around here. Continue reading

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Rain City Mystery Writers Seminar

As President of the NW Chapter of the Mystery Writers of America, it is my solemn duty to inform you: there’s just one month left until the RAIN CITY MYSTERY WRITERS SEMINAR in Bothell WA, June 24, 2017 Continue reading

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Earthquake Warning

I’d like to tell you all about my Seattle Earthquake story, but I haven’t written the final details yet. So, who falls from a crumbling building, or who gets swallowed up by a giant crack in the ground, hasn’t quite been figured out yet. Continue reading

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Trump Blames Hillary For Volcanic Eruption

Now might be a good time to grab a copy of RAINIER ERUPTS! and escape the debates, name calling, and blather, and immerse yourself in a great big natural disaster story. Continue reading

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The Duwamish In Me

Like Duwamish Tribe members of ancient times, I am one of those people whose earliest childhood memories are of playing beside their river. Continue reading

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Rainier Erupts! —Today!

Imagine being in Seattle or Tacoma as Rainier explodes with the power of a hundred atom bombs. Continue reading

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It was a dark and stormy day

As I stood on a slippery tide-wetted log to get a good shot, huge ocean surges did their best to sweep me down among the logs and crush me. Continue reading

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The Islands of Seattle

I intend to keep visiting Alki Beach while I still can. I guess that means I’ll need a new pair of wading boots. Better make them hip-waders. Continue reading

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I’d like to thank…

I thanked the faculty, past and present, for their dedication to seeing each student live up to his or her full potential. Continue reading

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My Alma Mater Likes Me

When I browsed the resumes of other folks on that Wall of Fame, it was an exercise in feeling humble. Continue reading

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