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Find Your Neverland

Neverland . . . that faraway place where Peter Pan, Tinkerbell, and the Lost Boys live and more importantly, play. This magical fairyland, ruled by the motto, “I’ll never grow up,” can’t be found on Google Earth or any GPS. … Continue reading

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PLAY DOES A BODY GOOD

This past weekend I attended the annual Oklahoma Writers Federation Inc (OWFI) writing conference in Oklahoma City. For three days writers from all over the country gathered together to share their experiences and writing expertise. Starting at 9:00 in the … Continue reading

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The Importance of Hope

</ Ever read a book and hate it? I have. Chapter 1: I’m pretty sure the story isn’t one I want to hear. But. I stick with it. Hoping it will get better. Chapter 2: Not much better. Kinda interested … Continue reading

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Live and Learn

In 2011 my first novel, Soldiers From the Mist was published. While the thrill of being a published writer far exceeded my dreams, I was never comfortable about the story. I rushed the ending. I didn’t stay true to the … Continue reading

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Reading Does a Body Good

Do you remember learning to read? I don’t. I do remember sitting in a circle in those little red chairs with Dick and Jane, Spot and Puff. But I don’t recall learning the words. I simply read. Same way with … Continue reading

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