Monthly Archives: October 2012

Read My Georgia Mag Article Online

Tweet As I told you earlier, I have an article in the November issue of Georgia Magazine. The print edition has arrived in half a million homes around the state of Georgia and now the online edition is available. Read … Continue reading

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Mastermind of Mars

Tweet Mastermind of Mars is the sixth in the Edgar Rice Burroughs Barsoom series. It is the first that does not directly follow John Carter or any member of the Carter family. Instead Mastermind follows the adventures of Ulysses Paxton, … Continue reading

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Georgia Magazine Article

Tweet Elbert Country Stores, an article I wrote, is in the November issue of Georgia Magazine, the publication for the Georgia Electric Membership Corporation. I am quite happy to have my work in this widely read publication. Covering all the … Continue reading

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Atlas Shrugged

Tweet I finally got the chance to go out to see Atlas Shrugged Part II today. It is totally recast from Atlas Shrugged Part I.  I enjoyed the first installment, but the cast changes only served to make this one … Continue reading

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West Virginia Book Festival

Tweet It was a pleasure being in Charleston, West Virginia for the WV Book Festival this past weekend, Oct. 13 & 14.  I had the opportunity to finally meet and share space and time with three of White Feather Press’s … Continue reading

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Klinger by Betsy Beard

Tweet Klinger: A Story of Honor and Hope Written by Betsy Beard Illustrated by Shelley Johannes for Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) Naturally these days I don’t read many children’s books; not being a child myself nor having offspring … Continue reading

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Oct. 3, 1862 on Diamond Hill

Tweet On this day, 150 years ago, Daniel Boyd wrote his father a letter from his camp near Winchester, Virginia reporting on the death of his brother Pressley. He also gives details from the battle up on Maryland Heights as … Continue reading

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