So I've laboriously copied and pasted a number of blog posts from their original URL's to this one. In the process I found a few typos (there may well still be a few more to discover), and took time to review what I've been saying for the last few years.
But I discovered something I didn't anticipate.
The novel I'm releasing shortly, Computing Love, represents (rather well) some of the process I've gone through as I've studied ACIM. Old blog articles that mention the work done by Rick Hanson; the books I've reviewed for my freelance writing clients; articles about Immanuel Kant and Kurt Vonngegut; articles on how our bodies are glucose/oxygen powered machines – many of these and others are reflected in Computing Love.
I suppose I shouldn't be surprised. After all, creating a novel, or even a short story, has to reflect to some degree what the author has experienced or, at least, imagined.
Now, although all comments were lost as I moved content from one URL to this one, I'm pleased to have everything in one place. I hope you find some value in these posts.