2020 Voting

 I will remember 2020 voting  for the rest of my life or until my memory slips to the point I can’t remember much of anything. The 2020 voting cycle has been the most contentious one I’ve experienced. Ironically, I do not remember when I first voted in a presidential election. The first one for which I was eligible was the 1968 election when Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew defeated Hubert Humphrey and Edward Muskie and […]

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Behind the Scenes: Virtual Book Launch!

If a behind-the-scenes tour of pulling together a 2020 style virtual book launch does not interest you, close today’s blog and enjoy few extra minutes in your day. Our virtual Book Birth Bash Party Friday, October 16 was held in the house-turned office-studio of Bayou City Press publishing company, which is owned and operated by Julie Gianelloni Connor. Read her summary of the event here. The official publication date was October 12, 2020 – aka […]

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Mayflower Chronicles Book Launch Party

Come Celebrate with Us! Zoom Webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83678586136 Will you join us for the Mayflower Chronicles Book Birthday Bash Party? OCTOBER 16 @ 6 p.m. Central Time This week is the week we’ve been waiting for since, well, it seems like shortly after the Mayflower set sail to return to England. After numerous delays and obstacles, Mayflower Chronicles: The Tale of Two Cultures is here! That is, it is in warehouses ready to deliver to you […]

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The Mayflower Book Birthday Party

MAYFLOWER BOOK BIRTHDAY PARTY is on for Friday, October 16 at 6 p.m. Central. Join us via ZOOM Book Birthday Party for a party to celebrate the arrival of Mayflower Chronicles: The Tale of Two Cultures, arriving in bookstores and on-line sources Columbus Day/Indigenous Day – MONDAY – October 16 at 6 p.m. Central Time. The books are on their way to the warehouses to fill the pre-orders and ship for new ones. I got […]

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Ruth Bader Ginsberg

Ruth Bader Ginsburg March 15, 1933 – September 18, 2020 Portions of this article are from Professor Heather Cox Richardson’s September 18 newsletter. I add my tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg to the thousands offered these past couple of weeks. In doing so, I also want to give tribute to the men who have opened doors for women that were previously shut and locked to keep us out. I hadn’t paid much attention to Ruth Bader […]

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