Just a quick note in the middle of a busy week… Thank you very much for your support of the new book, “How To Be A Rich Man…or Woman!” Sales have been brisk, and reviews are already starting to come in on Amazon. But please feel free to add your two-cents worth. Write your own … More How To Be A Rich Man…or Woman!
I have a complicated relationship with Tatler magazine, the British magazine that breathlessly chronicles the latest goings-on of the royals, high society, and well-heeled wanna-be’s. On the one hand, they have published some interesting articles on how to raise children in an affluent environment, estate planning, and other more grounded subject matter. On the other … More In Defense of Red Pants
Hello, everyone. I’m very excited to announce that my latest book “How To Be A Rich Man…or Woman!” is now on sale at Amazon. Here’s the link to the ebook. Here’s the link to the paperback… There is one caveat, however: the title is a little deceptive. Yes, this book will help readers become more … More New Book – Available Now!
A month or two ago, one of our members offered up Delete Me dot com (https://joindeleteme.com/) as a tool to enhance an individual’s privacy by removing personal data found (and sold) online. Initially, I wasn’t as concerned as I should have been about online privacy. My wife and I have moved abroad. We don’t own … More Vendor Update: Online Privacy
Thank you all for your patience and support. Fear not, all is well, and I am back in the saddle. I am late with my traditional back to school wardrobe list, but good information is good information, regardless of its delivery date. Before we get into the actual articles of clothing, I did want to … More The Late, Great Back To School Wardrobe List
A personal project has completely consumed my attention these past few weeks. My apologies for going dark. I’ll be back at the keyboard next week to catch up. A new book is on the horizon! BGT
You have no idea how much fun I get out of curating this blog. The comments and contributions you all make are incredibly rewarding, especially/even when flaws in my grammar or inaccuracies in my content are pointed out. I don’t like making mistakes, but I don’t often get bent out of shape over them, and … More Me, Myself, and I
August is upon us here in Paris. A majority of the residents have fled for the coast, the mountains, or the countryside. Parisians who still remain–healthcare workers and those in hospitality–ask my wife and I where we’re going for vacation. When we reply that we’re staying in Paris, they look at us as if we … More A Few Updates from Paris and Elsewhere
A friend of mine here in Paris recently went through some dicey moments health-wise. I wouldn’t be so dramatic as to say that the priest had been called to the bedside to administer last rites, but the possibility of an early and unwelcome departure from this realm was definitely on the table. The shock and … More How To Flip a Future Regret
Greetings from Paris. I wanted to share some news on the screenplay front. Our Untitled French Thriller script that was an Official Selection at the Montreal Independent Film Festival has just been selected as one of the Quarterfinalists in the 2022 Page International Screenwriting Awards competition. Almost 9,000 screenplays were submitted in this competition, one … More Film News: 2022 Page International Screenwriting Awards – Quarterfinalist