Category Archives: mountain boomer

What’s In The Woods

Last year’s fall in our Ozarks Above right the debris from a storm is clearedSitting in my office, my back is to double windows that look out onto thick, dense woods. The shaggy bark hickory, oak of all varieties and … Continue reading

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Workshop/Ozark Legends Make Great Stories

Conducting workshops is probably one of the most enjoyable tasks a writer performs. Being such a showoff, I’ve never had trouble speaking to large groups. And it’s especially fun to tell people what to do and how to do it. … Continue reading

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