Monthly Archives: December 2016

Book Review: “Charcoal Joe” by Walter Mosley; Hypnotic

I love this hypnotic book, the 14th in Walter Mosley’s Easy Rawlins series—best book I’ve read in ages. Easy’s childhood friend Mouse introduces him to Rufus Tyler, a man everyone calls Charcoal Joe. Joe, for reasons unclear at the outset, … Continue reading

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Good Yule, Good Health

Good Yule (and Happy Holidaze) Waes Hael — Drinc Hael       Wishing you good health and joy in the coming new year. May you live as long as you want and never want as long as you live. ♩ ♫ … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life: Author, Editor, and Independent Publisher

A Day in the Life Presents: Author, Editor, and Independent Publisher, Larry M. Edwards Interview with yours truly by Terrie Relf, founder of the Ocean Beach Writers Networking Group. The group meets most Thursdays at Te Mana Café in San Diego’s … Continue reading

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Violent Loss Resources Newsletter, December 2016

Originally posted on Survivors of Violent Loss:
News Edward Rynearson, MD, leading specialist in Violent Death Bereavement, will be the keynote speaker at Safe Crossings on  Childhood Grief in Seattle, Washington, on Friday, February 24. To find out more about…

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