Monthly Archives: March 2011

Maryland Bookends

In a previous life, I designed and built custom homes in the mountains of Western Maryland—Garrett County to be precise. That was what I did after fighting in Vietnam and before doing housing research, analyzing building codes, and writing novels. … Continue reading

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Similarities of war

Yesterday, I read “I didn’t deserve my combat pay” by Michael Cummings in The Washington Post http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/i-didnt-deserve-my-combat-pay/2011/03/07/ABb6iqm_story.html. My blog is about writing — the interesting experiences, people I meet, books I read, ideas, etc. — so I am not posting this in support … Continue reading

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Gratifying…

The positive comments I receive, such as “I loved your book!” or “I cried at the end” for Well Considered, or “I was pleasantly surprised…” about Cologne No. 10 for Men, of course please me and certainly motivate me to … Continue reading

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More thoughts about Gloria Minott’s interview…

 Click here to listen to the 2-24-11 interview I’ve pondered one of Gloria Minott’s questions from our 2-24-11 interview on her Metro Watch program on WPFW, 89.3 FM, the Pacifica “Jazz and Justice” radio station in Washington, D.C. where Gloria … Continue reading

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Radio interview with Gloria Minott

Recently I was invited to share some time on the air with Gloria Minott, Public Affairs Director of WPFW, 89.3 FM on her Metro Watch morning program to discuss Well Considered. WPFW is the Pacifica “Jazz and Justice” radio station in Washington, … Continue reading

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