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Sportsmanship

What ever happened to sportsmanship? I’m taking leave of my writing journal to pose this question. This weekend, as I watched several college football games develop into what were less than satisfactory outcomes, I experienced a resurgence of my aversion … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW WITH ROGERS STATE UNIVERSITY TV

My publisher, Imzadi Publishing, arranged a television interview for me with Rogers State University TV in Claremore, OK., for September 20, on the PERSPECTIVES program.  What a day!  Sam Jones is an excellent interviewer and an accommodating host.  The folks, … Continue reading

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BACK TO WORK

It’s been a while since my last post.  I’m still enjoying the come-down from the blog tour.  I’m back to work, now, on the audio version of THE OTHER VIETNAM WAR.  I hope to put this to bed next month. … Continue reading

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POST-BLOG TOUR

I must say, I was surprised at the educational opportunities of the recent blog tour.  There are so many good blogs out there.  I had no idea they would be so provocative, informative, and insightful.  This has given me inspiration … Continue reading

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THE LAST DAY OF THE BLOG TOUR

This is it.  The last day.  It’s been a fabulous week with a lot of new experiences.  I give a hearty thanks to Sage’s Blog Tours and all of the folks who sponsored my book.  And a special thanks to … Continue reading

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IT’S DAY 5!

I’ve had a great time experiencing new authors and books from this blog tour.  I’ve also been rewarded with some very good reviews of THE OTHER VIETNAM WAR.  I thank these generous readers for their kind words.  Of course, it … Continue reading

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DAY 4 OF THE BLOG TOUR

Well, the day got off to a roaring start with an excellent review of THE OTHER VIETNAM WAR by the folks at Rosepoint Publishing.  A hearty thank you to them.  I believe exposure to books like this will have some … Continue reading

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