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ANTARCTICA!

Mission to Antarctica Antarctica!  In honor of the 10th year since I stepped foot on the ICE I will reprint, over the coming weeks, the posts I sent back to readers at that time.  I was a member of the … Continue reading

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Back on the Grid – Writing Again

Writing Again! I’ve been off the “grid” for a while because I have recently changed jobs.  I am currently a teacher of family medicine.  Just a few short months ago I was in a busy practice seeing about 100 patients … Continue reading

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Retired!

Retired from the Nebraska Air National Guard after 25 years of service United States Air Force Retired, what does that feel like today? I woke up with the realization that something that has been a big part of my life … Continue reading

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Writing a Novel?

How do you begin writing a novel?   My first novel was a training ground for me.  I had always been taught to plan out anything you intend to write for others.  This meant a dreaded outline.  I hate outlines.  … Continue reading

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WHAT DO YOU READ?

Do you write the way you read? I was recently asked this question and it made me think a little.  I love to read mysteries and thrillers and combinations of these genres.  Two of my novels are, in fact, mysteries … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ninety Feet Away by Kent Krause

Book Reviews On my website I want to bring readers and writers together.  I am dedicating this blog to promoting writing, especially independent authors.  To that end I will read and review books from time to time with the desire … Continue reading

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As I Walk In Spring

As I Walk in Spring In Spring the first hints of verdant growth peek out from the underbrush.  Sheltered areas become microcosms of lushness, as green tendrils reach out from the center pushing to the periphery.  Baby rabbits and squirrels … Continue reading

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WRITING HURDLES

Writing Hurdles Everyone I know, who writes, comes up against challenges that leave them speechless.  The dreaded blank page affects everyone at some point.  Here are a few hurdles I have come up against, add yours in comments. What should … Continue reading

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BIKE PATHS AND WALKING

Bike Paths and Walking I am often asked why my novels involve bike paths.  In A Step Ahead of Death the murder victim is found just off the trail as it leads from town.  In Witness in the Window  (Here … Continue reading

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War Memorials – Washington, D.C.

War Memorials – more than a tourist attraction One of my favorite places to visit is Washington D.C.  There are many things to see and learn there and it is an easy city to get around in.  I recently had … Continue reading

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