Just heard an interview with Fred Bryant on PBS. He is the author of “Savoring”, a treatise on enjoying the moment, explaning how important it is to slow down in this fast world. It reminded me of something I wrote a long time ago when contemplating a big change in my life. Here with apologies […]
Meet Cristina Young, the “designer” of my books about Fred the snake and his friends. She weaves my words and Bonnie’s illustrations into the printed books. I hadn’t realised the importance of the designer until we started working together. We just finished the 9th book about Fred’s adventures which will be on sale very soon.
I have been rather quiet for a few months while working on some important changes to my website(s). We have revamped www.petercottontales.com . Chad at Tidewater Creative Media has done a nice job, despite my help. Hope you like it. I had another site www.drpetercotton.com for my medical activities and my blog about life in
Next day, they all have gone, to a park called Yellowstone
to see Old Faithful Geyser. Careful, you’d be wiser
to stand back and watch it squirt, fountains and some lumps of dirt.
Then Jack said “WOW, look at that enormous cow”.
Jim replied, “No, my son, what you’re seeing is a bison.
They used to roam the plains in herds, big flocks of them like birds,
until the hunters came, and killed so many, what a shame.
Wow, Fred has been busy recently! In January he published his 8th book, exploring the Central USA with his friends. Starting in Texas, they traveled to Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone, Durago (for gold panning), the awesome Canyons, the Apache nation, Tucson desert musesum and ending in Vegas, where he married Bernadette! He is currently working with
My recent ramble about friends “down under” reflected on my good fortune to have past trainees who have been kind enough to entertain us in Australia. A related medical connection took us also to New Zealand, where we were hosted by Linda Robert. We met “Bobbie” many years ago as the owner of OBEX, a
Hopefully some of my readers have come across my children’s books about Fred the friendly snake and his friends. There are now 8 of them at www.petercottontales.com Here are the last two Fred could use publicity, and would be pleased if anyone could add a review or two on Amazon. It is rather easy. Simply
One of the joys of a lifetime in academic medicine is the privelege of mentoring bright young people and watching them grow into productive careers. In my case that has included many traineees from overseas, who have kindly invited me to visit and teach, at the last count in over 50 countries. The teaching part