Monthly Archives: April 2010

Keeping our memories intact and keeping them honest

My sister e-mailed that she had just picked up from the library The Help by Kathryn Stockett.  Her book club is to review it soon and she couldn’t put it down!  She remembered that we had read it shortly before we started … Continue reading

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No rain!

  Kensington International Day of the Book – 4-25-10 – Kensington, MD.  L. Me at our table. R. Three authors of Vietnam War books from left to right: Wayne Karlin,  Wandering Souls; myself, Cologne No. 10 For Men; and Tom Lacombe,  Light … Continue reading

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What’s happening here?

 Saturday (April 17), Barbara and I were at the Philadelphia Free Library Book Festival talking to many people about both Well Considered and my first novel, Cologne No. 10 For Men. “What’s happening here?” we would ask them, pointing to … Continue reading

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A seed is planted

No, we’re not gardening anymore.  The seed refers to the first copies of Well Considered to go into libraries.  I’m happy to report that last week Well Considered was approved for inclusion in the Prince George’s County, Maryland, Memorial Library System and … Continue reading

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