Here are the various modes of communication you can use to contact me. Go ahead. Spill your guts. Speak your mind. Talk about what you're reading. Bitch about your boss. Brag about your grandkids. If the mood strikes you, you can even tell me what you think of my books. I've listed these in the order of how much I like them, from best to worst.

So pick one and get after it. I'm waiting to hear from you.

An Actual In-Person Conversation
(preferably in Sedona)

​​​​Yes, I understand that it's unrealistic to believe that you might actually run into me in Sedona, but it's my favorite place ever. And I also understand that anyone who doesn't preferentially reach for an electronic device in order to communicate is positively prehistoric. But I did say I was listing these in order of preference, and there's nothing like having a glass of wine and a good conversation when you can actually see somebody's eyeballs (and the spectacular red rocks of Sedona), which is why it's number one. ​




​​It's not that I don't like Facebook. It's just that I'm just a teensie bit ADD, and sometimes the information overload is more than my poor little brain can handle. But I have been making a concerted effort to be more social. To get out there more often and interact. To help Mark Zuckerberg feel like a success so he can go back to his high school reunion with his head held high.

And I gotta say that if you click that Like Page button over there (look to your left--yeah, there it is), I'll feel like one of the cool kids, too.


Carrier Pigeon

Only because anything beats Pinterist, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google Plus, Tumblr, Vine, Tagged, or ClassMates. But if my carrier pigeon should ever fly the coop, maybe I'll give those a shot.