Monthly Archives: August 2013

Question needing a reply

Okay. I have an important question you can help me with. In my next novel a crime takes place on the Navajo Reservation during an Enemy Way Ceremony. When we lived on the Rez the dance that is part of … Continue reading

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The Book of Fascinating Facts

When I was in the fourth grade I read a book called The Book of Fascinating Facts. I thought at the time it was one of the greatest books I had ever encountered and I was constantly spouting off fascinating facts … Continue reading

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How Big is China?

The population of China is equivalent to the population of North America, South America, Australia, New Zealand, and all of Western Europe — combined. The population of China is equivalent to the combined population of the former Soviet Union, plus … Continue reading

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Time flies

Time has a way of moving quickly, catching us unawares with the passing years. It seems like just yesterday that I was young (in fact I still feel young) newly wed and embarking on my new life with my husband. … Continue reading

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Finding Our Way Home

Shared from Fly Softly My Love The True Story of a Seven Year Marriageby Leah Harrod Rupp I used to scoff at those who simply made it work, couples who lived long and tedious years together even if the fire … Continue reading

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My Books on Kindle

Just a heads up to those of you who have read my novels or are planning to read them on Kindle: I will be raising the price by one dollar on Shaman Priest, Down the Colorado, Sparrow Hawk, and Up … Continue reading

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The Coyote Crosses

In the late nineteen seventies and early eighties our family lived on the Navajo Reservation–the Big Res–where we taught English at the brand new public high school.  We lived on the Res at a time of transition.  Many of our … Continue reading

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A Remarkable Woman

Eva Killings is the anti-matter to racists protesting, rioting, assaulting, and killing. Eva works at Florida State University (FSU), Tallahassee, Florida, as a cashier in the Suwannee Dining Room. Below is an article on Eva from the university’s student newspaper, … Continue reading

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