A Housekeeping Note

Today the news from Kilauea was like a movie–warnings of explosions followed within a half-hour by an explosion, new fissure eruptions, an endangered geothermal plant, gubernatorial proclamations, and so forth–and there were a lot of update posts. The original post already had been bumped once already, so I decided to give it a page. You can access it here or just click on the menu at the top of this page. I also did a little rearranging–just a promise of things to come once I get the book finished and have some time to devote to straightening the place up.

As always, thank you for your interest! And here is a link showing ways you can help those affected by this ongoing natural disaster.


About BJ Deming

After getting an associate's degree in forestry, I studied geology as an undergraduate back in the 1980s but went into medical transcription instead. It just worked out better for me. The Internet renewed my interest in geoscience as a hobby, and when I retired in 2014, I decided to write a book about cat evolution. That started a new career for me (enormous fun but not self-supporting yet). Right now, besides blogging I am finishing up the first two books in a self-published ebook series about the cat family and its history. Thanks for your interest!


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