New blog: Books and Blondes

Hi everyone!  I have been a bit remiss on my tweeting and Flash Fiction Friday (mostly due to some personal obligations which took precedence), but I’m back on the horse with a Friday Flash Fiction which should knock your socks off (among other things).  That said, I would like to introduce a new blog which…

A 38 Day Education…Jay interviews the author

Today, a little role reversal…Jay Ferragamo, Editor of The Scope newspaper from “A 38 Day Education,” stops in to interview me.  Yep, weirdness shall abound. Jay:  Okay John, that’s for agreeing to this interview.  Let’s start with a little something few know about you personally. John:  Okay, here’s one…I’ve loved cats ever since I was…

Ten Fun Facts About “A 38 Day Education”

Pompeii’s Volcano, the restaurant in the book, was inspired in part by Dina’s Pizza in Cleveland, Ohio. Jay Ferragamo’s first name is actually Giovanni.  “Jay” is short for Jayson, his middle name. If The Scope newspaper was published in real life, it’s intended design would resemble that of The Oracle at the University of South…

Hanging loose with Crackerberries Anderson

“Crackerberries” Anderson, author of “Blackhorse 2015,” has decided to stop in for a visit and chat.  Now, here are all the things you thought you wanted to know about Crackerberries: What in the world is a Crackerberries and why did your mother name you that? Crackerberries are dwarf dog wood bearing dense clusters of bright…