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Cav Takes Over Khe Sanh

    Yesterday my wife was going through a box of old papers when she came upon the April 24, 1968 edition of the Cavalair, the 1st Air Cavalry Division newspaper. When she handed it to me, I was instantly plunged … Continue reading

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Cologne No. 10 For Men – Fact or Fiction

Writer’s Digest calls Cologne No. 10 For Men “a superb novel of the Vietnam war, a novel that compares favorably with those earlier ‘dark humor’ war novels such as CATCH-22 and M.A.S.H. The writing crackles with authenticity,”  and David Willson, Books in … Continue reading

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Making a difference in the world

[This blog post was inspired by the county board of education decision to eliminate creative writing as part of the creative and performing arts program at our local middle school. For local people, here is the link to the petition to … Continue reading

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A movie of Cologne No. 10 For Men?

People asked us many questions on Saturday at the Baltimore Book Festival on the Inner Harbor in Baltimore where I was selling my novel Cologne No. 10 For Men: 1) “Do you sell cologne?” 2) “Does this book take place in Cologne, … Continue reading

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Michell Spoden interview of Richard Morris

Reprinted from Recovering The Self, A Journal of Hope and Healing, 8-29-2016 Canoedling in Cleveland: A Chat with Richard Morris Ernest / 23 hours ago by Michell Spoden Canoes are one of the oldest sources of travel through the rivers. They … Continue reading

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Undaunted … we move forward to battle …

Undaunted (by the rain), throngs of people moved across the bridge and past our tent, hurrying to battle – the reenactment of the 1814 Battle of Bladensburg, when British troops overwhelmed our forces and raced into Washington, D.C. to burn … Continue reading

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“Read it and be Amazed.” —Vietnam Veterans of America on Cologne No. 10 For Men

I am happy and pleased to share with you a review of Cologne No. 10 For Men by David Willson that appears in the October 13 online edition of the VVA Veteran Books in Review II.  Books in Review II,’ … Continue reading

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Stealth or Devil Dog cologne for your holiday giving

Satiric Imagine. The U.S. Armed Forces are selling cologne to the public for a profit:  Air Force “Stealth,” Marine Corps “Devil Dog,” and Army “Patton.”  We discovered this insanity in the Washington Post article http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/the-marine-cologne-strong-with-a-hint-of-military-spirit/2011/09/02/gIQAMSmgAK_story_1.html.  I’m going to sue them. Why aren’t the Services offering Cologne No. … Continue reading

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