One thing’s certain: in the world of books, change is a giant given. I’ve gone from straight hair to letting loose with curls, more gray showing, more wrinkles, more delight in life. I’ve added my blog feed to this page, and I’ve shifted from fairly long novels on the peopling of the Americas before the last Ice Age glaciation to a tight focus on specific archaeological sites in novellas. The two novellas, Freedom, 250,000 BC and Courage, 30,000 BC are both out now. I love the novella form and hope you will also. In addition coming out soon are audible books for Freedom, 250,000 BC and Courage, 30,000 BC. Both of these novellas focus on archaeological sites that archaeologists in the USA consider somewhat controversial. Other countries are not so skeptical. Also, I have a non-fiction book due out soon called How to Sell Books to Libraries and Readers in the Digital Age: Constructing Major Platform Planks. It shows how to find the email addresses and set up a mailing system for libraries and for readers the writer meets at speaking events or book signing opportunities as well as reader emails captured through other means. The book also includes what information libraries need to know to consider a sale. There is a guide to mass mailing each of the types. The new things are delightful to me. I'm thoroughly enjoying sharing at speaking events. Meanwhile the muse for the third novella is poking me. It never ends, thank goodness.