The Future of Alzheimer’s: Hope in the Long-Term

This week, I participated in an Alzheimer’s roundtable conference call sponsored by the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA). The call was moderated by Ed Belkin, Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs, PhRMA, and speakers included David Wheadon, M.D., Senior Vice President for Scientific and Regulatory Affairs, PhRMA; David Michelson, M.D., Vice President, Clinical … Read more

More Free E-Books

I have added the following short how-to e-books to Smashwords. The books are free through March 13, 2010 with the coupon code RFREE. Visit my Smashwords page to order any of my e-books. I’m also including the novels Dream or Destiny, Stroke of Luck, and Fern’s Fancies in the Read an E-Book Week promotion. Learn how to find the information … Read more


Writers often have to conduct research for their writing projects, and all of us have to find information we need on a regular basis. A question from a client reminded me of an ebook I wrote several years ago, Finding the Information You Need — Research Tips for Your Family, Business, or Personal Pursuits. Research … Read more

Reference resources for writers and readers

As a follow-up to my post about resources for writers, I thought I would share reference sites that are excellent resources for both writers and readers. On the Reference Resources page, you will find links to dictionaries and other reference books, libraries, search engines to find people and companies, grammar and style guides, quotations and … Read more