Ten from Ten

Another year, another “Piss in your Shoe” (pass in review) only seemed appropriate.

10. Wade Fishing. Who knew? Very big step forward as it confronts a basic fear of mine, and I had fun. Truly one step outside the comfort zone. Owe my Taurus fishing buddy a big nod of thanks. Nice size trout, too.

https://www.kramerw.com/2010/05/therein-hangs-a-tail/

9. Implemented and rolled out the new format. Recent Mercury Retrograde and password reset was troubling. Fixed. Any more problems, shoot me an email.

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8. No new books. No agent or publicist, either. Got one on the stove, but it’s a long project. Wait, yeah, did do one new book, based on the side-project. Hardly a real book, just a collection of pictures with their stories.

Bexar County Line: best of the double-aughts
https://astrofish.net/book
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7. UK in the spring. Winter to me. Family business. Productive trip.

https://www.kramerw.com/2010/03/vincint-qui-primum-gerit/
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6. Red Drum in September.

https://www.kramerw.com/2010/09/fish-tales/

4. Cousin’s wedding in May.

3. North of the Georgia O’Keefe Ghost Ranch, there’s a monastery.
Very cool pilgrimage.

https://www.kramerw.com/2010/07/monastery/

2. Reworked the files. Books available as both printed and Amazon Kindle, as well as some are free on Apple’s iBooks. Much as I deplore the eBook format, it is here to stay. Perfect example of a good piece in that format? The aforementioned Bexar County Line book (the first draft is available for free, printed and final drafts are available through conventional retail channels, too.)

https://astrofish.net/book

1. Xmas/Birthday fishing trip. Cold fishing conditions. One fish. But it was good. Oh so “Mercury is retrograde” good.

5 – hey, times are tough. Ran out of money for number five.

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