Monthly Archives: February 2014

A Good Day

Today was a good day for writing and marketing. I wrote my usual thousand words for On the Wings of Grace in the morning and then went to take posters for the Manassas Chorale’s upcoming in concert to businesses in … Continue reading

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What’s on First and News of a Sequel

I went out to T. I. Martin Airport this past Saturday to the Commemorative Air Force Open Hangar Day. The chapter of this organization that restores, exhibits, and flies vintage aircraft from World War II and after, has such events … Continue reading

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In the Beginning

In the Beginning I worked as a high school English and creative writing teacher for 32 years, and always wanted to write a novel. Like Grandma Moses, I waited until I was older to do it. I worked on my … Continue reading

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In the Beginning

I worked as a high school English and creative writing teacher for 32 years, and always wanted to write a novel. Like Grandma Moses, I waited until I was older to do it. I worked on my manuscript for five … Continue reading

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A Selection from “On the Wings of Grace,” the fourth novel in the “Beyond the Blue Horizon” Series

I’m 18,000 words into the fourth novel in the series, and I thought you’d like a short peek at the first chapter. Enjoy! Chapter 1 High Flight January, 1958 Otto was flying. The thing was, he couldn’t tell what sort … Continue reading

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