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  • On Coming Together

    It’s over! Like most of you I found the presidential campaign to be the most devisive and even painful experience in my lifetime. To many like myself, it was a decision on ‘the lesser of two evils’ . . . a sad commentary on American …

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  • ‘TEARS’

    First, I want to announce the release of my new novel,’TEARS’,this week. Next I want to thank Kelly Grinsteinner of the Hibbing Daily Tribune for her wonderful story (Sunday’s issue of ‘Tailings’) about my new book. Actually, for the past several years, Kelly’s story has …

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  • TEARS

    It started sometime in December of last year. IT was a story that perplexed me for most of that month. I have written about lumbermen, miners, labor strikes, newsmen and women, lawyers, politicians, and ordinary folks that live here in God’s Country. Yet, there is …

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  • There is a Time . . .

    I am following up my last post, “With Heavy Heart’ with a conclusion of sorts. That is, if conclusion is an appropriate way to describe my feelings of the moment. I am reminded of Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 which be begins with the line “There is a …

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  • From the Heart

    As many of you know, the protagonist in my last few novels is a priest. Father Mickey Moran has been my favorite of many creations. The surname ‘Moran’ might have been inspired by a priest friend (Father Patrick J. Moran) who served here at Blessed …

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  • Home Again

    Saturday: 04/23/2016 Believe it or not, I left Naples (FL) at 5:00 am on Tuesday of this week and arrived back in Hibbing at 9:30 pm the following day. That’s 2082 miles in two days! By myself. What does that say about me? Crazy? O.C.D.? …

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  • News and Renews

    Friends and readers, My tenth novel-The Sacred Seal-has sold well in my local market. That is most pleasing. To those of you who have purchased/read the story, I’m hopeful you found it suspenseful and surprised at the end. That’s what I a murder-mystery should do. …

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  • Merry Christmas

    Friends and relatives and fellow Rangers everywhere. I’ll miss being home in Hibbing for Christmas again this year. I arrived at my Florida place on 12/01 and missed lots of mild December weather up North. I won’t say a word about the weather down here …

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  • Coming Soon

    I wish I could describe the thrill of writing a new story . . . but I can’t. And me being a writer? Perhaps ‘thrill’ or excitement works well enough. While writing, every day is a new adventure. I truly don’t know where the story …

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  • Looking Back

    This morning I did something I haven’t done in years–I walked back in time. It was fifteen years ago that I said good-bye to Hibbing High School and a legacy of sorts. In addition to teaching at the fabled high school, I coached and taught …

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