Monthly Archives: September 2018

Classroom Discussion of UnHoly Pursuit: The Devil on My Trail. Part 2

That fourteen and fifteen-year-old girls should not be dying at the hands of their lovers and boyfriends in relationships ruled by domestic violence. That the all over acceptance of domestic violence in teen relationship started in the late seventies and … Continue reading

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Ann Harden’s Art Work Tote

Mrs. Harden was kind enough to make the art for the series in to usable merchants such as t-shirts, bedspreads,  comforters, pillows and a host of other items. Of course I own some pieces of it. I appreciate her dedication … Continue reading

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Constant State of PTSD

It seems as if we are living in a world in a constant state of post traumatic stress disorder. People can no longer gather and have fun without someone creating unnecessary stress. People meet to have a family cookout and … Continue reading

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Should Ratings Dominate the Sale of Books or Artworks?

I started this post back in March 2018 and is just getting around to finishing it. For the past year I’ve been busy with my books. I forgot all about it. But I am happy WordPress saved the post. 🙂

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Classroom Discussion of UnHoly Pursuit: The Devil on My Trail. Part 1

Yesterday, Via Skype, (well, Thursday; for I am two days late in posting the event) I was invited to attend a discussion of my book “Unholy Pursuit: The Devil On My Trail.” I said nothing. I merely listen in on … Continue reading

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Brought to mind…

This event, the one I just posted on…brought to mind a case I handed as an interim caseworker during my college years. The victim was only 12 and her attackers ranged from ages 13 to 17. The mother and I … Continue reading

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He will get confirmation….

Sorry, I know authors are advised to steer clear of subjects like this one but when you have children it’s hard to remain silence about what type of person who will be making decisions affecting their lives for years to … Continue reading

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Humanity: If you need religion in order to be a good person, you’re not a good person.

This is a reblog. The blog owner said something I never thought about have heard it all my life. But I know it as “common human decency.” If you need religion in order to be a good person, you’re not … Continue reading

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The End of Days (The Soul Stone Trilogy, Book 3) by Matt Moss

From  book excerpts I think this one may be a good read. I don’t think it’s published yet.   via The End of Days (The Soul Stone Trilogy, Book 3) by Matt Moss

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