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In honor of male friends

On the November 21, 2018 first anniversary of Richard Morris’s death, there are others who also need to be remembered — his network of best friends who, one by one, died before him. Brought to mind during the recent book … 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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Carolivia Herron Review of Canoedling In Cleveland

  Summer of 1960. Three white teenagers, Jeff, Randy and Lori are canoeing the rivers near Cleveland over summer vacation. After Randy mentions an item from the day’s newspaper — Elvis leaving the army, Jeff and Lori turn the conversation … Continue reading

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Breaking News! Canoedling in Cleveland is available!

I am delighted to say that my young adult novel (for all ages), Canoedling in Cleveland, is now available on Amazon.com. You can order it today.  

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