Monthly Archives: February 2013

But Wait! There’s More!

I’ve neglected to mention that there are more books to come in what I have decided to call The Wings of Morning Trilogy. On the Wings of Morning ends in December, 1946, and it occurred to me that Otto’s story … Continue reading

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Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Screen

I have always been interested in set design. My roommate freshman year in college designed sets and went on to design for plays and musicals on Broadway and in other cities. I did some study of set design and was … Continue reading

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They Also Served

One of the most gratifying experiences in writing Wings was hearing from people who had relatives who served during the war. Generally I would mention the subject matter of the book, and people very graciously volunteered information about their relatives … Continue reading

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In the Beginning…

One of the questions I’m asked most often about On the Wings of Morning is how I got the idea to write the story. The answer goes a long way back to when I was a lad and had a … Continue reading

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What’s Happening

I’ve had a couple of exciting developments in the past week. I contacted a lady at church, Dawn Dowdle, who is a literary agent, for suggestions about possible publisher. Dawn very kindly directed me to Koehler Books of New York … Continue reading

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