Submitted by Chris Thomas on Fri, 03/18/2016 - 17:14
For me, the key to success in this profession has been flexibility. People tell me they want to write screenplays or speeches, or ghost-write books. My aim is simpler – I want to write. Of course, I have niches I prefer, but I’m willing to take on pretty much any type of assignment. The variety is what keeps it interesting! In fact, some of the projects I assumed would be humdrum have been the most fascinating, once I’ve waded in.
Submitted by Chris Thomas on Tue, 02/09/2016 - 15:31
Here in the West, you don’t have to ski to be excited about all the mountain snow we’ve gotten. The official snowpack figures have been encouraging. This means there might be enough water come spring and summer to ensure a healthier natural environment – which, in turn, could mean a less crazy wildfire season.
The 2015 fire season was termed “historic” in the Pacific Northwest. Just in Oregon and Washington, more than 3,800 wildfires burned more than 1.6 million acres.
Submitted by Chris Thomas on Mon, 02/01/2016 - 12:39
February 7 would have been my mother’s birthday, and cause for a big celebration in the Thomas family. But, like Glenn Frey and David Bowie, Christine didn’t make it to 80. She died at 78, in October 2014.