Today is a gala day, and as Groucho Marx so famously said, a gal a day is enough for me. Why is this a gala day? I have delivered Ida’s Place—Book Three: Rehearsal to Mendocino’s one and only and most excellent copy shop ZO and the manufacture of the goodly tome is underway with copies expected soon. Here is the link to my web site page where you can read about the book and order a copy if you are so inclined.

And, of course, copies of the first two volumes of the expanding saga are also available.

The link for IDA 1 is   You can also read the first three chapters of Book One here.

The link for IDA 2 is

The other very good news of the book publishing kind is that Counterpoint Press, a most excellent publisher, is going to bring out what we expect will be a gorgeous paperback edition of Buddha In A Teacup in 2016. This is my first deal with a publisher for my fiction since 1996 when Ruby & Spear was taken out-of-print by Bantam a week before it was officially published. I have every confidence Counterpoint intends to offer Buddha In A Teacup to the world and I’m very excited about that. I will keep you posted on that adventure. In the meantime, beautiful casebound copies of Buddha In A Teacup are still available from me for just ten dollars.