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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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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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Racial Reconciliation – what does it take from each one of us?

Please check out this beautifull video of Tod Ewing talking about The Most Challenging Issue facing America today. These are the issues I explore in The Harvest of Reason. Thanks Tod, for making it sound so easy.

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