Sunday, February 19, 2023

This-n-that of February (and January)

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Yes, I'm alive. I've been away from the blog for almost a month! Yesterday, we hiked up Whitecap Mountain in good time. The snow is deep but hiking center trail keeps us from post-holing. We've only hiked 22 mountains in January and February. I guess we're both getting old. Truth is, the extra days off are paying off. Bailey's not limping after a hike, and I'm feeling great. 

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I just wrote a grad school friend and his wife (Hi, Hilary & Tom) that I've been working on four books. It's among the dumbest things I've done as a writer -or- human in the past 69+ years. I've probably mentioned these books in the past. One book is a novel titled, Play On, Maine United! Two others are The Junior Golfer's Workbook and its coach's handbook. 

The final book is an editing job I've been on since August '21 with a former student named Matt Carrier. Matt has battled two bouts of cancer and wrote me 18 months ago about wanting to write his story. He has a desire to help others who face such a challenge and I loved his motivation. Here's his opening letter in the book titled, To Ring the Bell:

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I really like Matt's author's photo (check out the t-shirt) and the draft book cover.  


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