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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Busy, busy, busy

I've been a busy bee lately. As I mentioned before, my wife and I are running a photo exhibition on Ethiopia to benefit the charity A Glimmer of Hope. Opening night was on Sunday and we met some interesting folks as well as seeing many of our friends. I wrote an article about running a photo exhibition for Gadling that might be of interest to you shutterbugs out there.

I've also been busy on the sequel to A Fine Likeness. The most recent scene involved two bushwhackers hunting each other through the dark rooms of an abandoned plantation, while our hero, a naval officer who has never fought on land, tries to help one of them and finds it's all he can do to survive. I had a lot of fun writing that scene. Always a good sign!

In completely unrelated news, my fellow blogger Melanie Renzulli recently visited the National Museum of Health and Medicine in Washington, D.C. This museum has many grim anatomical samples from Civil War casualties. Worth reading. Be warned about the photo gallery, though, it's not lunchtime viewing!


  1. Visited your blogpost at Gadling. Detailed info on organizing a photo showing, Sean. Also read your bio while there. Interesting places you've been.

    It's Spain I'd like to see, and hubby agrees. Well, maybe one day.

  2. Stopping by to say hi on A-Z Roadtrip

  3. Hey thanks for the mention, Sean. Just saw this! The medical museum is pretty fascinating given how small it is. A nice little detour if you're into that kind of thing.


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