Since You Asked…


Have you joined Kindle Unlimited? If you have, my books are free to read. What’s that, you say? You are so subtle with your self-promotion that I had no idea that you had books available for reading? Yes, hypothetical reader, and thank you for that remarkably, spontaneously perfect question. I have two offbeat humorous sci-fi books, a less-offbeat, humorous cozy mystery, and a collection of, hmm, unusual flash fiction short stories (which is free free on

Sorry, hypothetical reader, I couldn’t quite hear you over the hammering/drilling combo I have going on today, you’ll have to speak up. What was that? Oh, you’d like to know more about these books? Oh, stop, hypothetical reader, you’re embarrassing me!

But if you insist…

Humorous Science Fiction:

Aunty Ida’s Full-Service Mental Institution (by Invitation Only)

The Great Paradox and the Innies and Outies of Time Management

Cozy Mystery:

Her Cousin, Much Removed

Short Story Collection:

Better Living Through GRAVY and Other Oddities



2 thoughts on “Since You Asked…

  1. How dare you call me hypothetical?
    If I were hypothetical could I shamelessly add to your self promotion by promoting your amazingly free books on the Kindle?
    Well could I? No I think not!
    But look at that I just did and hell I’m tempted to do it again just to prove a point but I won’t because I’m too busy wondering off to look at these books… (ha see what I did there)

    Liked by 1 person

    • You make a very, very compelling point, non-hypothetical reader, and I greatly appreciate the non-hypothetical sharing of my books 🙂

      I’ve also heard statistics show that non-hypothetical readers are far more astute than the hypothetical kind, which makes sense in light of your very excellent points.


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