Tag Archives: RH Burkett

Karma and The Golden Rule

Daddy was a Christian Scientist, therefore my brother and I were raised in this religion. Mama was a Methodist. How did this work? Well, if my brother and I became sick, Daddy prayed over us while Mama poked pills down … Continue reading

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Book Launch for Dixie Dandelion

I love to think outside the box when it comes to promotion, book signings, and book launches. For Dixie Dandelion I had a painting party at Pinot’s Palette, in Springdale, Arkansas. Pinot’s is a lot like Painting with a Twist. … Continue reading

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Who is this Dixie Dandelion?

My fourth book, The Adventures of Dixie Dandelion is due to be released in November by The Wild Rose Press. Many of you know I’ve been working on Dixie for quite some time — four years to be exact. Dixie … Continue reading

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I’m in the process of moving from one town to another. This is a relief. The move cuts my expenses in half. Of course this means I’m forced to move all my stuff. Just what is this “stuff” I speak … Continue reading

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Yea God!

On my way to lunch the other day I cut down a back street to avoid traffic. The sun was shining. A soft breeze blew. It was one of those magical fall days that I love so well. Perfect weather. … Continue reading

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Caroll O’Connor = Sheriff Buford Tate

One of the most asked questions I get as a writer is, “where do you come up with your ideas?” If you were in a room of 100 writers and asked this question, odds are you’d get 100 different answers. … Continue reading

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The Voodoo Queen of New Orleans

A few years ago I took a Caribbean cruise. It was a Carnival cruise and the ship docked in New Orleans. I had one day to explore this City. OMG! What a wild time. Yes, Bourbon Street is wild and … Continue reading

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Doobies and Bumper Cars

Often I get together with my ex for dinner and a movie. He always watches the news, something I try to avoid at all costs. I refuse to listen and watch all the murders, rapes, war, politics, and all the … Continue reading

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Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition

Here is my fourth painting inspired by my novel, Daughter of the Howling Moon due out this November from Pen-L Publishing. The Bible represents the villan in the story, Reverend Jedidiah Wayne. Ol’ Jed and Ol’ Scratch are partners in … Continue reading

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Louisiana Swamp Smackdown

Here is my fourth picture from my new book, Daughter of the Howling Moon. I call it Lousianna Swamp Smackdown. According to Lady Tabitha, “Evil often times takes the shape of a dragon.” A fact that Benjamin Sol knows only … Continue reading

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