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Timothy J. Desmond
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Is Anybody There?

Posted on November 9, 2012 at 3:06pm 0 Comments

About a writer's time and writer's following, there was a similar blog recently on another writer site, SHE WRITES. Also this is NaNoWriMo - for November 2012. I jumped in and I am very behind in my word number/stats department. Too, I have a blog here, but I have not blogged in weeks. No excuses...... am just not there. One thing about the promotions and the readership, another recent tip came up that makes sense. I am following half dozen writer sites if not more, so can't remember the…


Book Signing

Posted on September 26, 2012 at 1:39am 0 Comments

This is an announcement about the Visalia, California TASTE OF ARTS event. I will be there as a local/regional author in space F7, for one day only on Saturday September 29. 

The Taste of Arts event runs from Thursday, September 27 through Monday October 1 at different locations around town. This Saturday location is at the OLD LUMBER YARD, on Oak Avenue and Garden Street.

Here are a few important reminders about Taste the Arts, regional art fair on Saturday, September…


Sensory Deprivation

Posted on August 22, 2012 at 7:19pm 0 Comments

Sensory Deprivation

There was a recent blog on this topic. The site has many provocative and interesting posts. I read this one with interest. You may find it at:

I get the premise and the rational as proposed by having oneself be suspended into that certain state of awareness or unawareness . As with TM, or even Zen, I am…



Posted on August 21, 2012 at 4:14pm 0 Comments


This is a topic which brings up a memory of a distant college course I was in 1973. I as a zoology major and one of the required upper division/major courses was Human Ecology. The big issues for the previous early 70s years in biology and spilled out to the media was Stanford's professor Erlich’s population control book ZPG - Zero Population Growth. This title wasn't our text, but our text for the course was heavy with the same rational. One section gave a history -…


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