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I’ve started a new website for my audio podcasts. They’re called The Rembrandt Parables. They’re longer versions of the humorous stories I post on this blog. Please check them out. They’re also available to download through iTunes.
Announcing a new Rembrandt Parable podcast: 83 Uses for a Penny. You can listen to it by following the link: Rembrandt Parables Podcast I hope you enjoy.
Check out my latest podcast: The Morton’s Hockey League. Because somebody still plays hockey. Just follow the link: Rembrandt Parables Podcasts
I finished recording my latest Rembrandt Parable Podcast. It’s called ‘The Supper Club’. Just follow the link on the Rembrandt Parables Podcast page. Let me know what you think!
I’ve been recording my Rembrandt Parables as podcasts. Recently I found a way to share them online. Please check them out. You can get to through this link: The Rembrandt Parables Podcasts or on my “Podcasts” page. You can even … Continue reading
I haven’t been posting as frequently this summer and I thought an explanation might be in order. As you may know, I write the “Rembrandt Parables,” a series of humorous stories centred around a coffee shop. Do date I’ve written … Continue reading
(Written in the middle of the night) I’m sitting in a lonely hospital lobby wasting time. I’ve pulled out my pen and notebook hoping to discover something worth writing. I suppose, given enough effort, I can fill a page or … Continue reading
After seven years of rejection and frustration, I’ve finally reached the holy grail of unpublished writers. Later this year I will finally see my name in print. I’ve crossed the enigmatic barrier from aspiring writer to legitimated contributor. The object … Continue reading
Last Sunday I read my latest Rembrandt Parable. It was story I finished a the previous Friday. The response was generally favorable. On Monday I started working on the next story. This project has taken on an almost obsessive quality. … Continue reading