Monthly Archives: January 2013

Nanny-nanny

The weather’s been a bit blunt lately, not only in the north, but here in the Upstate of South Carolina as well. All the blizzards remind me why my long-suffering wife and I vacated Iowa when we finished school up … Continue reading

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On my way to where I need to be

John Irving once wrote that he spent half his life revising. I can relate, with multiple revisions made on my first novel, Signs of Struggle, before I turned it loose. SOS is the first of a series of mystery novels … Continue reading

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The Boy in the Bridal Boutique

Shortly after Christmas, my long-suffering wife and I drove to Florida for a visit with her sister’s family in Melbourne. An unexpected highlight awaited. Given the choice of watching a bunch of men in shorts kicking each other’s shins or … Continue reading

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