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“In the Path of Totality”

Closely guarded secrets can only stay that way when a small, dedicated, some say fanatical group hold them. I was the ultimate skeptic when first approached two years ago by a trusted journalism colleague. If not for the depth of … Continue reading

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3rd DECOPOLIS BookFest

Emily Wood will be discussing and signing, It Was Magic, from 11:30 AM to 5 PM at an inside table during the 3rd DECOPOLIS BookFest at 5th and Boston on Saturday, June 17, 2017. It Was Magic, is a love … Continue reading

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Christmas lights in July

In July 1970, when I was 16, my family took a short trip across the state line from Oklahoma to Arkansas to visit relatives. Frequent Sunday trips to Arkansas were a regular thing since my parents moved from there to … Continue reading

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“Human nature is not neat and predictable.

“Human nature is not neat and predictable. What makes us betray a loved one? Can isolation lead to irrational behaviour? Why do other people’s lives always look more appealing? Ordinary people living ordinary lives, torn apart by regret, remorse, and … Continue reading

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Izzy Cavanal

Going home is never easy. Genesis 28:15 “And, behold, I am with thee, and will keep thee in all places whither thou goest, and will bring thee again into this land; for I will not leave thee, until I have … Continue reading

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Self-publishing learned the hard way

Since 2009, I have self-published one novel a year with plans to continue this pace into the foreseeable future. Writing is easy for me and I always have several stories in the works. Editing is hard and requires the courage … Continue reading

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An Easter Memory

A couple of days ago I ran across this ring that belonged to my dad among some things we haven’t looked at in a long time. I barely remember it and don’t even remember the last time I saw it. … Continue reading

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