Category Archives: writing history

The Sensation of Old

Getting old is one of the oddest sensations. In the first place I never imagined it would be this way, that I would look back and wonder where all the years went. I never thought I’d simply wake up one … Continue reading

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LEARNING FROM THE PAST

Here I am signing copies of my romances at T. Charleston in Branson. Above I’m on the billboard on the strip. Yesterday I was looking through photos I’ve taken since first publication. It was fun revisiting those times and seeing … Continue reading

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