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William Seward
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Photo by Pablo Heimplatz on Unsplash Sunrise in a philosophical, healing sense at least. So far Cat’s treatment has been a bit better than expected, and other times not so much. The first few days after my love’s first chemo treatment weren’t so bad. I…
Feb. 28, 2018. Seeking Sunrise
Feb. 28, 2018. Seeking Sunrise
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Photo by Hunter Haley on Unsplash   This page might be weird(er) for a couple of days. I’m in the middle of importing in some relevant material from what used to be my all-purpose blog, The Song of the Raincrow. It might take a bit to get things…
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“A Beautiful Blue Death” by Charles Finch is a very good story along the lines of Lord Peter Wimsey and Sherlock Holmes. Set in England in the year 1865 we find the amateur detective, Charles Lenox relaxing after finishing a case he had been on and being…
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Bill Crider passed away Feb. 12, 2018 from cancer. It has been something that has affected me more than I expected it to. It is not that it was unexpected. Not really one to talk over-much about himself, still he told us what was happening some time ago,…
RIP Bill Crider
RIP Bill Crider
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Ace Atkins is an author whom I enjoy following. “The Fallen” takes place in his Quinn Colson series of mysteries. Colson is an Army Ranger who returns to his small town home when his uncle, the long-time local sheriff dies. He takes on the job and…
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The Joy of Mindful Writing gave me a lot to think about. Not a huge book, it still was able to deliver useful insight in every chapter, sometimes in unexpected areas. Mindfulness as a concept is becoming quite a buzz word these days. That does not dilute…
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Dean Koontz is Dean Koontz. There is no mistaking his stories for anyone else’s. The Crooked Staircase is the latest in his Jane Hawk series. Jane Hawk is a successful FBI agent who discovers an insidious plot to enslave mankind by the use of…
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A fun and engaging book for all writers, especially of fiction. “Damn Fine Story” by Chuck Wendig gives excellent guidelines on beginning, continuing and finishing that story. His narrative is a lot of fun while being very informative. I enjoyed the read.
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