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The Death of Bernadette Lefthand

Review

The Death of Bernadette Lefthand A good story is made up of a collection of elements, the most powerful is that magical thing called voice. Who is speaking and what is the storyteller saying from the heart to engage the reader? In The Death of Bernadette Lefthand, author Ron Querry nailed it with Gracie. As… Read More ›

Review: Gate 76

Gate 76, by Andrew Diamond, is about loss and redemption. The characters are stark, and for the most part – it seems – soulless. But are they? Gate 76 explores the dark side of life with a man who finds no good in the world. He’s seen it all. Lived it all, and he is… Read More ›

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Follow Pella Soames on her quest to right the wrongs of long ago. When loyalists quelled an insurgent plan to take over earth nearly 20 years ago, they found Pella Soames and Bartholomew Casey among the captives destined for slave transports. Fog Island  was intended to be the first stop on a long journey to… Read More ›

Book Signing

The Signing Experience

I’ve done several readings at Tome on the Range in Las Vegas, NM, featuring my books. Every time I do one, I’m a wreck and second-guess whether I said the right things and whether people received my reading well. On Saturday at my most recent reading and signing, my friend Jim Terr recorded portions of… Read More ›

Johnnie Come Lately

Q&A With a Truth Seeker: Kathleen M. Rodgers

Q. In one sentence, who is Kathleen Rodgers? A. I am a seeker of truth, and I use storytelling to try and find it. Q. What do you wish people knew about you? A. I am empathetic to those who struggle. Because I’ve overcome many obstacles in life, I try and encourage others not to… Read More ›

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