Farley Dunn

Farley D's Blog

Farley D's Blog

Bombogenesis

The Bomb Cyclone has smashed into the East Coast, ringing in Jan. 4, 2018, with a winter wonderland.

Bombogenesis is a weather term totally new to me. Bomb cyclone. It rolls off the tongue with a brittle fury that demands we sit up and listen.

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New Project Coming Together

My mom flew in from Texas to spend the Christmas holidays with us. I'm taking her for two nights to the Outer Banks to tour some of the most spectacular lighthouses on the East Coast seaboard.

A big two-book project for an author is slowly wrapping up just in time for a January 2018 release date. Proofs came in yesterday, I got with him and reevaluated the covers, we made a few tweaks, and it's off for another proof copy. It's got to be perfect!

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Wee Hours of the Morning

And no, wee has nothing to do with making water.

That's a term I picked up from on old classic, Driving Miss Daisy. Anyway, it's early in the morning, enough so, it's still night to me. I've been posting some of the stories I'm including in my collection The Electric Minute, Volume 2. Thanks to you guys who take the time to read them.

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For All You Gamers Out There

Video gaming is a national obsession for much of our population.

Maybe that's not strong enough. It's a world-wide obsession. Seriously. If you're not a gamer, google the number of online players for various games, and you'll be surprised.

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Dragons, Anyone?

Dragons come in multiple shapes and sizes.

Real, modern dragons are giant lizards, with ponderous movements, that is until you irk them. Then they can run like the wind.

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