Monthly Archives: November 2014

Changes in Sexual Appetites

            It’s no secret that I write pretty hot sex scenes in my romances, mysteries and main stream novels. Writing romances placed in the 1880s I always depict the hero and heroine as enjoying sex … Continue reading

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Is it True or Can We Lie?

The 1896 Razorbacks. No? This photo was presented to me that way. A good look reveals very young boys and what looks like it might be a girl. Or could it be true? It would take some complicated research to … Continue reading

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Old Patriotism vs New

This article appeared in a small weekly newspaper where I worked from 1990 through 1999. It’s interesting how we can compare some of the subject matter to what’s going on today. Let me know what you think. Vietnam Vets React … Continue reading

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From the Sands of Saudi Arabia 1990

A Vet Writes from the desert of Saudi Arabia 1990 In response to my newspaper’s “to any service member letters from home program” we received this from a serviceman in the desert. This is an excerpt from the letter in which … Continue reading

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Has Afghanistan Taught Us Nothing?

This article which I wrote appeared on Veteran’s Day, November 11, 1990, during the time of Desert Shield, the precursor to Desert Storm. I interviewed several veterans of different wars including Desert Shield and Vietnam. Veterans Comment on Operation Desert … Continue reading

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Today I’m asking followers to click on a link to read my post on a friend’s site. Apropos to Veteran’s Day I wrote  a special post on PTSD, which affects so many of our veterans and posted it. There’s a link … Continue reading

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