Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Story Moves On

I’m 8000 words into On the Wings of Grace, and our protagonist, wounded warrior and war hero Otto Kerchner, has been asked to improve crew morale and comfort aboard SAC’s B-52’s. He and his sister Mata fly with a crew … Continue reading

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First Ever Blog Tour

Well, for me it is. Computer geniuses Nick and Stacia Kelly have set up a “blog tour” for a number of Write by the Rails authors. Each writer will post on another writer’s blog on Tuesdays and Thursdays, giving everyone … Continue reading

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Here We Come Again!

This morning, I finished the edits on On the Wings of Angels (the third book in the Beyond the Blue Horizon series), copied it, put it in notebooks and started handing them out to my intelligent, good-looking and sophisticated beta … Continue reading

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Here We Come Again!

This morning, I finished the edits on On the Wings of Angels (the third book in the Beyond the Blue Horizon series), copied it, put it in notebooks and started handing them out to my intelligent, good-looking and sophisticated beta … Continue reading

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Two More Fantastic Stories

This week I heard two more wonderful stories connected to World War II. A woman spoke of her father being involved with the memorial commission which established American cemeteries around the world, wherever American troops had fallen. He was in … Continue reading

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On Wings of the Wind–A Novel by Dan Verner (Part 2 of the Wings Series)

On Wings of the Wind a novel by Dan Verner Part 2 of the Wings Series Chapter 1 Flight 224 May, 1946 Otto was flying. Sitting in the pilot’s seat of M&M Airlines Flight 224 from Pioneer Lake, Minnesota, to … Continue reading

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