Category Archives: readers

Conversation with a reader.

I have been thinking about something a person in the audience said this past Saturday afternoon at small bookstore I was invited to talk about my series. A man cried out when I finished speaking, “I wouldn’t have come to … Continue reading

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Writers and politic.

Writers and politic. It said writers aren’t here to conform, pacify or appease but to write stories to bring awareness to issues. It’s also said, “The pen is mightier than the sword.” So what is a writer to do when … Continue reading

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Uncle Nearest-Nathan Green

The site where this is found asks you are you of legal drinking age. If not then here’s the story. Way back in LYNCHBURG, TENNESSEE, the name Nearest Green has always meant something special. His birth name was Nathan Green, … Continue reading

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Quote from Shellyanna Tidwell

She’s a character we’ll first meet in a book called “The Intruder“   “If you come across someone who isn’t cussing in the time of great anguish and distress then you’ve met the one causing everyone else to cuss.” ~ … Continue reading

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Hilariously laughing at ’em there moonshiners.

I had a hilarious laugh when someone called the matter to my attention that the word “MOONSHINE” was in my blurb of “The Tree.” No, there was no illegal liquor stills in young Ana’s room. Moonshine is an old way … Continue reading

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Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond

    UnHoly Pursuit: The Devil On My Trail is talking about the exact same scenarios as mentioned in this book: Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond One of you all referred this book to … Continue reading

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How great minds thinks?

According to experts the daily routine of 9-to-5 is killing our creativity.  Maybe, but it surely can provide a lot of morsel to write about. Charted activity of great thinkers It’s a fun chart to look it but it doesn’t … Continue reading

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Reader’s Choice Award Goes To….. King Eochaidh The Horse Warrior

This is my second award for writing since adulthood.  My publisher sent me this copy of my book cover this afternoon. I want to thank all of you who made this possible by your reviews, book club readings. likes, comments … Continue reading

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Historian Carter G. Woodson

Carter G. Woodson was born to poor, yet land-owning, former slaves in New Canton, Virginia on December 19, 1875. During the 1890s, he hired himself out as a farm and manual laborer, drove a garbage truck, worked in coalmines, and … Continue reading

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