Tag Archives: Bernard’s travels

JUST OVER THE HORIZON

Having retreated to my hotel room from the latest rain squal, I stand at the big bay window and look across the promenade and wide cobble beach of Brighton, West Sussex and think about the historic events this site has … Continue reading



WRITING IN BRIGHTON

 Brighton? As in Brighton on the south coast of England where the Victorians went to the seaside? Home of the Royal Pavilion, regency hotels and Edwardian architecture? Yup. That’s where I am. In fact, I’m in one of those “sea … Continue reading



HURTFUL NONSENSE

When I wrote in an earlier blog posting that I was going to Mexico to visit Dali collector and expert Enrique  Zepeda, a nasty individual known to all in the Dali market sent an e-mail to Enrique saying, “You are not … Continue reading



BOOK ONE; BOOK TWO

While working to sign with an agent for the publication of Artful Dodgers: Fraud and Foolishness in the Art Market I’m also making progress on the next book Persistence of Memory: The Unbelievable Salvador Dali Market. Of course, sales of … Continue reading



IRISH GREETINGS

“Whatever happened to that Bernard Ewell?” is a question that is frequently asked throughout the year. The answer is usually that I’m somewhere else. So it is until May 22. During that time, I’ll not only be in the extreme … Continue reading



HOLA FROM MEXICO (again)

How is that possible? We’ve been back in San Miguel de Allende for a full week. I’m working on the final polishing of Artful Dodgers: Fraud and Foolishness in the Art Market using the excellent comments of my writing hero … Continue reading