A word of caution. I'm in the midst of making some major changes to my website to support the upcoming release of "Fresh Squeezed, the first Juice Verrone novel". Some perts of the site might not work, at least not all the time. Thank you for your patience while this is happening.Welcome to my website. OK, OK, I know it's been a while but, gee, give me a break. This writing stuff is a lot of work. Seven days a week from dawn 'til dusk. But now, at last there are two big developments. First, I am proud to offer "Apotheosis" a short story that gives you a look at what it's like to be dead and what you may expect when you reach that happy state. It's available for download to your eReading device or to read on your computer. If you like it, send it to your friends. Also, since this is reader supported writing there are now places to lend your support. If you like what you're reading click on the "Support" buttons you'll see scattered about the website and send me what you can. If you don't like what you're reading but spend a lot of time reading it anyway then send me a buck. You'll feel better and so will I. Thanks for your support. I couldn't do it without you.
While you're here check out the "Words" and "Blog" links. Under "Words-Articles" you'll find some of my published and unpublished magazine articles. The "Blog" link will take you to either the current blog posting or to the Golb page where you can read all of the postings in order. That will prove a bit easier than trolling through archives. Also, by going back to the beginning some of the jokes will make sense - maybe. Wander around and come back often. Things will be changing a lot.
Regardless of whether you're a new reader or have been here before, it would be great to hear from you. I'm in the unenviable position for a writer of being able to get to know every last one of you. Take advantage of this (hopefully) limited time offer - send me an email or fan me on Facebook, www.facebook.com/jamesewingwords. Let me know what you like and don't or just say hi. It gets kind of lonely up here in the ivory tower.