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Can You Help Save the Bees?

I am a beekeeper, and my well meaning friends keep sending me articles about the impending total loss of honey bees. A friend referred me to an article (sorry link no longer open) telling the reader he or she could … Continue reading

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New Book in the Works

I have turned my manuscript of Stoned for His Faith over to Covenant Books for publication. The editor has finished his editorial review, and I have reviewed his editing. Of course, we have our differences of opinion, but only one area … Continue reading

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Swarm Season Is Here

My last post was about bees and bee swarms. Bees are not expected to swarm in New Mexico until mid to late April. My bees apparently do not know how to read the calendar. Yesterday two of my hives swarmed … Continue reading

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Save the Bees

There is a great deal of talk about save our bees . Indeed, we need to protect our bees because they are beneficial. The majority of our crops require pollination by insects, and bees are among the best pollinators. As individuals, … Continue reading

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First Person Plural

In theory one can write a book or story in any combination of voice and tense. Some combinations work well, and others are difficult to keep from being awkward. We usually write In third person past tense, or first person … Continue reading

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Book Launched

My latest book as been launched as an e-book. I have been writing a series of novellas, The Richard Tracy Series. They are all available only as e-books. Book 3 of the series, Dem Bones Shall Rise Again is now on the market on … Continue reading

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Enough! Children Play Together Nicely

As long as we have had elections, we have had division after the election. In our presidential elections, a 5% margin of victory is considered a landslide, so after each election we have almost half of the voters disappointed by … Continue reading

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