Monthly Archives: February 2014

Audiobook version of Death Comes to Redhawk

Tweet Today I finished listening to the audio version of R. G. Yoho’s fine book, Death Comes to Redhawk. This selection is available through His other books will be coming soon and I plan to listen even though I … Continue reading

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Robert Boyd’s arrival in America

Tweet Research is a funny thing. Just because you have published a book on a subject doesn’t mean that your research has finished. Perhaps I will reach a point in my life where I may put something away and move … Continue reading

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When Hunter S. Thompson Came to Duke

Tweet Anybody who ever said that history archives are boring obviously never read the posting I am going to share with you in this entry. Recently I was reading the blog for the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript … Continue reading

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Longmire; Buffalo, Wyoming and Road Trips for Readers

Tweet I must admit that Twitter takes some getting used to, especially for a writer – or anyone for that matter – over the age of 25. The 140 character limit is quite off-putting and often exasperating. Of course the … Continue reading

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