Monthly Archives: April 2015

For Writers – but join in, if you know the chorus

This one is for all you struggling scribblers out there. First, let’s admit that we all have a big ego. We’d have to, to sit there and plunk out a book and think that people are going to read it. … Continue reading

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He’s the weatherman, for God’s sake!

You know the old saying, “No man’s a hero in his own home town.” I can relate to that, although I don’t consider myself a hero in ANY town. But, here’s the thing. I write books. My action/adventure novels have … Continue reading

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Clint Eastwood – My Hero!

“We drove around in an old Pontiac … towing a one-wheel trailer. We weren’t itinerant: It wasn’t The Grapes of Wrath, but it wasn’t uptown either. It gives you a sort of conservative background, being raised in an era when … Continue reading

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“The Wire” – Watch it!

I don’t usually recommend television shows, certainly not the current crop, or those with an agenda that have overtaken the TV networks in recent years. But, I have just finished viewing all five seasons of “The Wire” which originally aired … Continue reading

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Atlanta – in the Spring!

I can’t think of anything prettier than Atlanta in the spring. The dogwoods are white as snow, the azaleas are all colors, the forthisia is yellow, and the trees are as green with new leaves as they will ever be. … Continue reading

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