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Shelter

In 2001, I wrote and self-published a harrowing crime novel called ShelterThis novel is not for everyone, as it is graphically violent and holds nothing back. The following is a slightly re-written version of what appears on the back cover of the book. If you like to read fast-paced crime novels, and don’t mind a resultant nightmare or two, get yourself a copy of this book! Read the rest of this entry »

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On The Road Again!

We are loaded up and will momentarily be leaving for Borger, Texas, birthplace of yours truly (that’d be me), and the site of our seventh book signing event. The event will be at the Hastings in Borger tomorrow–Saturday, 5/21–from  2-4 pm. If you have friends and relatives in the area, please hit the FaceBook Share icon at the bottom of this post. OR, call ’em up and tell ’em about it! Read the rest of this entry »

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Boom or Bust?

One week from today–Saturday, May 21–we will hold book signing event #7 in my home town, Borger, Texas. I was born in Borger almost 61 years ago, but didn’t live there that long. I know when I was very young, we moved away and moved back several times. Some of my family still lives there—or near there—but most have moved to other places. Read the rest of this entry »

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My novel – “Shelter”

In 2001, I wrote and published a harrowing crime novel called ShelterThis novel is not for everyone, as it is graphically violent and holds nothing back. The following is from the back cover of the book:

Two men, worn boot heels clicking on time-smoothed asphalt, pass beneath a dimly glowing streetlight. In the eyes of one there shines the very slightest glimmer of hope, yet he is filled with anger. Read the rest of this entry »

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