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THE Literary Life … and The Literary Death – MEMORIAL DAY FOR WRITERS

Barbara Morris writes by chance, not by choice. The 2017 death of her novelist/songwriter husband left her with his charge “to help make our gift to the future be good and true and right” and a desire to keep his … Continue reading

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Holiday decorating includes book gift suggestions

Holiday decorating in this household includes displaying novels by Richard Morris as gift suggestions. Especially for thriller fans, tie together copies of Well Considered by Richard Morris and Sycamore Row by John Grisham, which share similar plots, one in Maryland … Continue reading

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Green Book’s relevance to two recent book club discussions

Although the Bridging Cultural Gaps book group was completing its discussion of selections from Howard Zinn’s People’s History of the United States and had selected for its book in December How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them, somehow … Continue reading

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Representing the author

Well Considered by Richard Morris was the book discussed this week at a local book club in Prince George’s County, MD. The author’s wife was invited to attend and comment regarding the writing of the novel which Morris published in … Continue reading

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Lynching in Maryland

“Between 1920 and 1938, the NAACP flew a flag outside its headquarters on Fifth Avenue in New York City. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS AND NAACP” “What do we know about these racist attacks and how should we confront this horrific history today?” … Continue reading

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The Empty Chair

I was unable to be at the Hyattsville (MD) Arts and Ales Festival at the opening bell, so Barbara set up a display on an empty chair with our pictures showing before and after photos of us fifty years apart. The … Continue reading

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Who believes in Zombies?

Saturday, October 14. I do, for one. I’ve seen them. I’ve seen them running toward me, screaming and hollering. I had to run away to save myself. There’s one now. Look out!     Look for our booth, too:   … Continue reading

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#ReadLocalDC Blog Hop Repost of “The Real Threat: Us or Them” – Southern Fried Karma reviews Masjid Morning

I was pleased to see on Facebook that Southern Fried Karma Press had placed a review of Masjid Morning and another novel on their blog. It is entitled “The Real Threat: Us or Them? by Emery Duffey | Jul 12, 2017 | Southern Culture, Southern Literature | … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Michael

Author, poet, and intellectual property expert Michael Gollin celebrated his sixtieth birthday last week. Gollin, who wrote the back cover review on my book Well Considered, is author of Driving Innovation: Intellectual Property Strategies for a Dynamic World and Innovation Life Love: Reflections … Continue reading

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Mixed up in NOLA

NOLA? What’s that? I was mixed up.  (I finally figured out that it’s New Orleans, Louisiana. Duh.) We spent last week in NOLA selling my novels in an Exhibit Hall booth at the Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly at the New Orleans Convention Center. Books … Continue reading

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