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Five years ago I sat at my desk at work, phone to my ear, while my doctor told me the biopsy was positive, he was very sorry but I had colon cancer. That was a little after lunch. I called … Continue reading
New blog post by Michael King . . . Someone Has to Die. A conversation I had with my daughter about heart transplants, death, and life.
Wow, what a week it’s been! Thank you all for your help in getting the word out about the release of FRANTIC and offer of a free download of SCREAM. I’ve many comments from readers that their local bookstore is already … Continue reading
Stephen King once wrote a short story called “Sometimes They Come Back.” It’s about a man, a school teacher, haunted by the reincarnation of some childhood bullies, now out for revenge and blood. My story is not so gruesome but … Continue reading
A few years back Martina McBride sang the song “In My Daughter’s Eyes.” I love that tune and every time I hear it on the radio find myself getting teary-eyed. You can find a lot out about someone by looking into … Continue reading
Lately, I’ve been consumed by my writing. I’m making a change which I’ll get into more next year and I think it’s a good change, the right one. It has me completely immersed in my stories. I look forward to getting … Continue reading
So how does a family go from watching reality TV to auditioning for a reality show? First, yes, we are fans of some reality shows. American Idol, Wipeout, Minute to Win It, The Apprentice, Extreme Home Makeover. We enjoy them. … Continue reading
For your reading pleasure, two more poems by my eight-year-old daughter. Remember when you were eight? The world was full of talking cats and make-believe words. Really, I have no idea where she gets this stuff from. Have You Ever … Continue reading
Yesterday, I posted two poems by my eight-year-old daughter. Just a few follow-up notes on that. One, the post yesterday received more hits than any post on this blog for the past couple months. Interesting. Two, Caroline’s poetry caught the … Continue reading