Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Yellow Rose

Friday evening, on the way home after a long, loud afternoon in a day care center working the day job, I stopped for gas.   After topping the tank, I went inside the convenience store.  I was the only customer in … Continue reading

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Writers: How, Is Not The Right Question

There are few writers who do not know the name, Albert Zuckerman.  In case you are one of the few, Al is a senior agent at Writers House, one of the top literary agencies in the world.  He has been … Continue reading

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If you look up slow study in the dictionary, there’s a good chance you’ll find a picture of me.  I post two or three blogs a weeks.  I don’t check my site analytics to determine if they are popular, nope, I’m too … Continue reading

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Facebooking Before Facebook

Highway 72, from Memphis to its junction with I-24, 30 miles northwest of Chattanooga, is a well-travelled four lane highway that passes through both northern Mississippi and Alabama.  About halfway between Memphis and I-24 is the small-town of Cherokee, Alabama.  … Continue reading

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Jo VonBargen – My Online Family

I can’t remember when I didn’t know her, yet, in “real” time, it is only a year, and then only if I pull the edges and stretch the pages of the calendar.  It seems forever, because Jo is forever.  She … Continue reading

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R.S. “Rob” Guthrie – My Online Family

  This is number two in a new and ongoing blog series that I call My Online Family.  Yesterday, I introduced the series with a post about Russell Blake and Grady Woodfin.   Russell had just posted a blog that “agitated the … Continue reading

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Russell Blake and Grady Woodfin – My Online Family

I just read Russell Blake’s latest blog, A Complacency Rant, and left a comment on it.  I thought about what he had written for a few hours while I worked on some research for my latest novel, and I decided … Continue reading

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“I’m as Mad as Hell and I’m Not Gonna Take This Anymore!” A Tale of Copyright Infringement

TweetThis post will be a slight departure from Positively Peggy because I am positively pissed. Let’s talk about copyright infringement. I recently watched the movie Network and in it Howard Beale has a mental breakdown live on the 6:00 o’clock … Continue reading

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The Power of Book Reviews

A long time ago, I discovered that it is far more productive to spend time vaporizing clouds than following politicians. That is why I didn’t know that President Obama was in the UK last May. Nor did I know that … Continue reading

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