Monthly Archives: May 2013

Return with me to those thrilling days of yesteryear — the Lone Ranger rides again!

Cue thrilling theme: “William Tell Overture” Pistol shots as man on stark white horse gallops down a mountain pass “A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust and a hearty, hi-yo Silver! “With his faithful Indian … Continue reading

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Canvas in morning smells like — freedom!

Canvas in morning smells like — freedom!.

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Fondly recalling Watergate: A time without soaps

NOTE: The 40th Anniversary of the Watergate Hearings begins May 17: Read about those times and how they affected the life of one young man and his friends and co-workers in my recently released novel, “Jackson Flats.” Find it on … Continue reading

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After the writing, it’s time to get down

Now I have come to the time with the most work for me, the writer. The writer who loves writing. Now I must market my novel, which anyone will tell you, ain’t the easiest thing. It may even be harder … Continue reading

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