Gaeta, Italy. Most mornings when the US Sixth Fleet flagship was in home port, I would coast down the steep hill from our apartment building on the very top of the Monte Elena. Stopping my bicycle at the kiosk in the town square, I would buy the daily papers from Naples, Milan, Paris and Rome, then ride to the ship. Continue reading
Many of you have come to this site from The Freewheeling Freelancer, which is now almost seven years old. The website of my little company, Scriptor Services LLC went live 27 years ago. In that time, I have embraced three careers, rolled on two continents, published non-fiction and fiction, and learned much about the world.
Are you curious?
I’ll answer, even if it’s to say “I don’t know.”
If your question inspires a whole post, I’ll give you credit, using your first name. Please tell me if you want to remain anonymous.
Thanks to Christian for this Q&A idea, and I look forward to your questions.
Smooth roads and tailwinds,