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Need a laugh? Try these virtual charades

Would I let you down in our time of viral tsouris? Well, yes, I might…but I’m not going to. Instead, try some jollity from Dorothy Sayers who, in her short mystery “Nebuchadnezzar,” describes a game of what seems to be … Continue reading

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Dear authors: Long, long ago, before there were podcasts…

Dorothy Sayers wrote a short story, “An Arrow O’er The House,” in which an aspiring murder mystery novelist, Mr. Humphrey Podd, has become frustrated by publishers’ rejections of his books. He decides he needs a vigorous method of promotion even … Continue reading

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(Not) speaking of podcasts…

The thing is, I have been informed by at least one person I worship as a guru that — as another way of promoting my almost-ready book, How I Learned The Facts of Life — I absolutely have to do … Continue reading

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