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Jack Earley–Stories for Every Day and Saturday Nights

My friend Earley is a Jack of many trades. Yes, Jack Earley is his name. Much to say about him (Jack on right; middle, Kate Earley; left, me) Jack has been creative all his life, one way or another. He … Continue reading

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Mark Twain, a Master of Human Nature

Mark Twain is my American literary hero. Recently, I had a chance to take a picture with my idol at Tlaquepaque in Sedona. Wow! Our chat felt nice. Mark Twain, aka Samuel Clemens, was a journalist before he was a … Continue reading

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Tonspuren–Gedichte von Gisela Baudy

Tonspuren, Gedichte von Gisela Baudy, ist ein lyrischer Zirkel in zehn Stimmungsbildern des Sich-Suchens, Überwindens, Heimat-findens. Foto-Illustrationen von Chris Baudy und Gisela Baudy. Tonspuren, bedenke: Der Weg ist das Ziel. Lebensreise Werden der du warst bevor die Flügel brachen. Werden … Continue reading

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Renatle’s Mosaic of Life on Amazon!

“Renatle, Mosaic of Life” is now out on Amazon. The cover looks sassy and the story is full of suspense. I am so excited! Renatle’s mosaic of life adventures came beautifully together in her memoir. It is out on Amazon … Continue reading

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Texas Kaktuswein Is Pressed from Ranch Life

Congratulations, Edda, now it’s out! Texas Kaktuswein, a collection of Texas ranch stories was released on Amazon this April. Kaktuswein provides an enjoyable glimpse into the Buchners’ first-hand-living experience. Much of their Bat Cave Ranch experience follows the German pioneer … Continue reading

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