Monthly Archives: July 2013

Deep Breath

All right, the  first draft of On Eagle Wings Upborne, the second book in the Wings of Morning series, is done. I started May 1 and finished July 24, putting down 80,934 words in the follow-on to On Wings of … Continue reading

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I’ll Be Seeing You

  All right, blog followers, I’m 76,000 words into On Eagle Wings Upborne, and I have to tell you it has been a hard week of composing. I am about halfway through the (emotional ) climax of the book and it has … Continue reading

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Some Good Advice from a Colleague

I had the opportunity to talk this week with Heidi Willis, author of Some Kind of Normal, a marvelous book with one of the most memorable characters in recent literature. I recommend it highly: it’s available in all the usual … Continue reading

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Onward and Upward

I’m pleased to report that I’m up to 60,000 words on On Eagle Wings Upborne, the second in the Wings series of novels about Otto Kerchner, World War II bomber pilot, B-29 instructor, and Korean War squadron commander. The novel … Continue reading

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