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Grandpa Ed was badass

Grandpa Ed was badass Yeah. Forgive the word badass, it doesn’t come easy to my generation. But it is, in fact, the word that fits. And I thank the generation that coined it. In 1954 my father, Edward James Howard, … Continue reading

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Journey of the White Male

Journey of the White Male A white male said to me: “White male is all washed up. White male is all used up. White male blamed, his peak is past, chickens come home to roost at last. No moral high … Continue reading

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Book excerpt from INTERMARRY, the novel that promises “The conversation on race has begun. Tread carefully.”

Fiona walked into the dark office and put her keys back in her purse. She was about to switch on the lights when a voice out of the darkness said, “Hello.” She nearly jumped out of her skin. “Jesus!” A … Continue reading

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Rhea Harmsen’s novel INTERMARRY will be FREE on Amazon for 5 days starting Dec. 22, 2013

Rhea  Harmsen’s new novel, premiered in november 2013 and is now entering a Free e-book promotion. From Dec 22, 2013 to Dec 26, 2013 readers can download the book from this site on Amazon.com. Happy reading!

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Book Launch: INTERMARRY, Rhea Harmsen’s new novel promises, “The conversation on race has begun.”

INTERMARRY a new novel by Rhea Harmsen A strange menagerie in an unlikely setting. Jack Wolinski, a young white architect with a crazy scheme and some maxed-out credit cards. Fiona Reed, a young woman with the brass of a CEO … Continue reading

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An Amazon.com review of The Harvest of Reason by Rhea Harmsen

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful   Cerebral Romance, April 2, 2011   By Ebony Sno “Liz”   Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)   This review is from: The Harvest of Reason (Kindle Edition) The Harvest of Reason … Continue reading

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Soon to Publish – THE MOST GREAT LAW

Well, it seems my novels are in a competition to see who comes out first. Literally, who will be published first? It’s as if my children, of different ages, had decided that order of birth was no longer important and … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 50 from THE HARVEST of REASON) At the crack of dawn Maddie slunk down the stairs. She found John in the kitchen nursing a cup of coffee and staring at the floor. How long had he been up? READ MORE

(If you’re here for the first time check out excerpts 1-49 in earlier Blogs ) At the crack of dawn Maddie slunk down the stairs. She found John in the kitchen nursing a cup of coffee and staring at the … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 49 from THE HARVEST of REASON) It was a rare moment of peace and calm in a storm-tossed, deadline-driven world, when Maddie and John sat down for a late lunch with Maddie’s parents, the day before Thanksgiving. READ MORE

(If you’re here for the first time check out excerpts 1-48 in earlier Blogs ) Chapter 14 And if he meeteth with injustice he shall have patience… The Seven Valleys It was a rare moment of peace and calm in … Continue reading

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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 48 from THE HARVEST of REASON) They went to Pasqual’s for dinner and sat at the smallest table in a corner of the terracotta room. A neon cactus flashed in the window. He got a kick out of seeing Maddie plunge into her favorite meal of blue-corn cheese enchiladas. She seemed to become delirious once she put the first bite into her mouth. READ MORE

(If you’re here for the first time check out excerpts 1-47 in earlier Blogs ) They went to Pasqual’s for dinner and sat at the smallest table in a corner of the terracotta room. A neon cactus flashed in the … Continue reading

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