Everett & Everett Present Pets Teach Us So Much with author Timothy Glass
This week: Author Tim Glass and his wife Cathy talk about Tim’s new book, Just This Side of Heaven.
Plus we have a blog update from Life with Dogs author, Neil Brogan.
And pet health new and information from around the world. You know we always have some laughs and fun along the way!
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Timothy Glass was born in Pennsylvania and moved to the southwest with his family as a child. Tim graduated from the University of New Mexico. He spent some time in New England and now lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Author Timothy Glass started his writing career as a journalist, under the pen name of C. Stewart. More than 300 of his nonfiction articles have been published nationally and internationally for the health and fitness industry. In the summer of 1991, one article, “The Heat is On,” was attributed to saving a life when a young California runner collapsed from heat stress. Shortly before the incident, the runner’s partner had read the article and attended to his partner until the EMTs arrived. The emergency medical crew believed that the partner’s keen knowledge of what to do in the event of heat stress saved the young runner’s life.
Tim founded and wrote the “Crime Watch” column for the Better Business Bureau of New Mexico. He was also the editor for eBroadcastNews, a publication on computer and Internet security.
He was a freelance journalist for It’s a Wrap magazine, a New Mexico entertainment quarterly, until the magazine’s retirement in the late 1990s, and he has worked as a regular contributing writer for several New York based magazines.
Several TV series featured a half-hour episode about Tim’s research for his nonfiction book, Until the End of Time. He received an award during a ceremony judged by senior nonfiction editor P. Kaganoff of Simon and Schuster, and placed first in the 2004 Southwest Writers nonfiction contest.
Tim is currently working on several writing projects, including the Sleepytown Beagles http://www.sleepytownbeagles.
Tim is a staff writer for a global newsletter put out monthly by OurDogHouse.com. Tim enjoys the company of his wife, Cathy, and his tri-colored beagles. He also enjoys camping, hiking, weight training, and woodworking. He is a member of the Author’s Guild of America, Author’s League of America, and past member of IEEE Computer Society.
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