January 2023

#FridayReads – Book Preview – The Life of Plants in a Changing Environment

Recently I received a request for a review or spotlight feature for this book. I read the sample pages on Amazon and decided that the academic style of the writing was too much for me to enjoy reading. Still, it is a good book, especially for people of a more scientific bent, and certainly for …

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#FridayRead – Excerpt from Brutal Season

The following is the first part of Chapter Two in the fourth installment of the Seasons Mystery Series. The self-editing is almost finished, and I’ll send the ms off to the editor this weekend. Met with the graphic artist this week, and we picked images for the cover, so things are moving along nicely for …

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Dogs Are, Well, Great

Let’s all take a moment to stop what we are doing and remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr as we commemorate his birthday today. If only his dream of equality and justice for all could come true for people of color everywhere. In years past, I’ve written about Dr. King and his legacy here on …

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#Friday Read – #Excerpt from Brutal Season

The good news is that I’ve finally finished this book I’ve been writing for so long. I started it in late 2021 when Angel popped into my head again, demanding a story. Due to my friend Ramsay Hunt Syndrome that has caused so many neurological problems and other complications, the writing took many more months …

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#Fridayreads – Commentary and Humor

Something to make us smile before the heavy stuff. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Remembering January 6th. This from NBC News in Washington “Two years after the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection, faith leaders, lawmakers and those who defended the U.S. Capitol will gather in Washington, D.C., to reflect on events that are still reverberating through the country’s political and judicial …

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