HOW CAN we refuse those intent and curious faces? We can’t. So, beginning tomorrow, on the occasion of Beckett (the lost dog’s) birthday, excerpts from ELEPHANT IN THE LIVING ROOM will begin.
Who’d have “thunk” it? We targeted this book toward an audience of 10-13 year olds and those who are older who have an interest in its subject matter. We were prepared for curious dogs, as well, since the book is narrated (in part) by Beckett, a beguiling and funny lost dog. But . . . in no(…)
… who seem utterly uninterested in either the book ELEPHANT IN THE LIVING ROOM or the rallying cry of elephants from far and wide. Why?
Holding a petition, asking that the words IN THE LIVING ROOM be removed from the title Should we?
Are they serious?
As it’s a new month, here on a small island in Greece, locals pay electric, water and phone bills through the local post office. Up a flight of steps, in back of the “agora” or market, is the small Post Office. Since budget cuts, there is only one woman behind the counter doing all –(…)
SOMEWHERE in the world of mail, ELEPHANT IN THE LIVING ROOM is wending its way toward me. As one more twilight wraps my room in Royal Blue satin, I tap my toe and hope that tomorrow will be THE day the bling-adorned postmistress hands me a package. Until then, my impatience wiggles like a captured(…)
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