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The Lies I Tell

    A few months ago, I wrote about taking photos out of the car window including a view in my rear view mirror. Today looking for some other photos, I found two of those. I had been asked to … Continue reading

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Why Follow That Path

Back in 1985 I was asked to write a column for three local weekly newspapers. The subject would be local Ozark crafts people. There was no particular reason I was asked. I think they couldn’t find anyone else. Nevertheless, I … Continue reading

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A World of Terror and Hope

Beyond The Moon was written entirely in Katie Kelly’s point of view. That means we never stepped into Glen’s world except when he spoke of it to her. The following is something he did not tell her. I’d like to … 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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Lying or Telling the Truth: A Writer’s Life

Odd how easy it is to write fiction. Just create a character, put her in jeopardy and off we go. Her life changes, she has adventures, meets new people, perhaps changes her own and someone else’s life. But sit down … Continue reading

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What’s talking got to do with Writing

  People, especially avid readers, often want to know something about the lives of writers. Not only how or why we write books but all about our other life. The one we manage to find in the scant few hours … Continue reading

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