New Author Webpage

Meanderings and Muses isn't going anywhere.


I do have a new webpage which will focus mostly on my writing.

If you're interested in reading more about my books, anthologies, and events, please click over to

There are a few videos of me reading from "Whimsey: A Novel," and from other favorite authors' work.

With more videos still to come.

The new page is a work in progress with plans for still more to come
- I'm just still trying to figure out exactly what that might be -
so check back from time to time, please.

See you there!

Sunday, October 10, 2010


Today's date is 10/10/10.  Interpreted as binary code, it is 101010 or 42.  The number 42 is, according to Douglas Adams and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, "the answer to the question of life, the universe and everything."

So, my friends, here's to 10/10/10, and may you find your answers today; if not all - at least one.

Here's the one question I'd most like to find the answer to      -   -   -  

Will I EVER be able to retire??!!!

and because great minds apparently do think alike, Vicki Lane just happens to have a few words to say about this also!  Check it out here


Mason Canyon said...

I've wondered about 10/10/10 myself. BTW, what is retirement? LOL

Have a wonderful weekend.

Thoughts in Progress

Sam Sattler said...

That's the same question I've been pondering, Kaye. It's one year at a time for me these days; I have to commit to another year, or not, by the end of November each year. I don't feel comfortable about cutting the employment strings yet, so it's on to 2011 for me.

Jaztyme Papillons & Jaztyme Creations said...

oh the R word..:)) Well, I hope you make it out before I do. I understand today's economy, it's scary.

Beth Groundwater said...

Why? Aren't you having fun? ;-)

Kaye Barley said...

LOL! Beth - that was funny!

Actually, I guess I'm pretty lucky 'cause I do have a job I love, but . . .

All of us here have additional interests, and I'm thinking we all agree that we'd love more time to pursue them more fully. Beth - you're the lucky one - You're retired and now able to write full time - WHAT a luxury!

Gina - I agree. In today's economy it is very scary. Especially, I think, the health care aspect.

Sam - I'm not quite prepared to cut those strings either. I have a hard time even wrapping my brain around all it entails.

Mason - Exactly!!!! Wonder if I'll ever get the chance to find out what it is . . . here's hoping.

Vicki Lane said...

Glad to see you're an Adams fan, Kaye. Such delightful Brit silliness!