Monthly Archives: October 2013

Monster Slayer’s Son

When FBI Agent Mo Black returns to the Reservation for an Enemy Way Ceremony he thinks his problems are behind him. But when a respected medicine man is brutally murdered his family demands justice only the FBI can provide. Before … Continue reading

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Kindle miscellany

Am I the only one who didn’t notice this before?  Under the Amazon Kindle Books buy now button is another option: Send a sample.  It’s probably been there for ages, but I clicked it for the first time last night … Continue reading

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Monster Slayer’s Son

Well I just hit publish on my latest book, Monster Slayer’s Son. It should be active on Kindle in the next twelve hours. Mo Black, back home on the Navajo Reservation is drawn into the hunt for two vicious killers. … Continue reading

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My life as a Dream

Last night as I was sleeping I looked and  saw myself in a dream.  I was sitting on a rocky outcropping, privileged to stop and rest for a time in the warmth of the sun. I felt the sun’s rays … Continue reading

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Grandma and Monalisa

Grandma Abbie died in April. The funeral was poorly attended.  After all she was well over ninety years old.  Her youngest brother and last sibling had died six months earlier.  She was the oldest of nine brothers and sisters, one … Continue reading

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Building the family narrative

This goes along with the study on developing resilience in kids through family connections.  This is the last one I’m posting related to the article in the NY Times.  But it’s always great to have fun together. Getting To Know … Continue reading

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A Novel Idea

Well, I wrote the end of my latest this morning. Now I just have to go fill in a few things, but I know where I’m going. It should come it right at 300 pages! Anybody want to vote on … Continue reading

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The Do You Know Scale

These 20 questions aren’t the miracle cure for a strong family, but they do give a starting point for talking together and building that family narrative: THE DO YOU KNOW SCALE, a measure developed by (Dr. Marshall Duke and Dr. Robyn Fivush of … Continue reading

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Family–We’re In It Together

This is such an interesting study: March 15, 2013 By BRUCE FEILER I hit the breaking point as a parent a few years ago. It was the week of my extended family’s annual gathering in August, and we were struggling with … Continue reading

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