Monthly Archives: November 2008

I don’t feel like bloggin’ you today. 

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Post Thanksgiving

We had a special and very enjoyable Thanksgiving with our family this year, up in Ojai.  I was sorry not to be able to spend time with my parents, but my wife’s parents threw an amazing and delicious feast.  We … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving

I hope you all enjoy your Thanksgiving today.  I wish you all a happy time with your families, those of you who will be with families, and hope you will sustain emotional peace.  All those ‘things’ seem to come up … Continue reading

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From Reading Matters

Nominated on Reading Matters as one of the most enjoyable reads of the year, by IceDream of Reading In Appalachia, our very own Sweetsmoke.   Again, IceDream, I thank you with all my heart.  You are generous, and you have, ahem, … Continue reading

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Australia’s Courier Mail

David Fuller captures new view of slavery in Sweetsmoke Mary Philip November 14, 2008 11:00pm Sweetsmoke, David Fuller, Abacus, $32.99 DAVID Fuller is a new voice in literature and there is an appealing freshness to his story about Cassius Howard, … Continue reading

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Russ Parsons has an article about the Judy Rodgers salted turkey again this year.  We tried it and it was pretty darned amazing.  Check it out in the food section of the Los Angeles Times.  You have just enough days … Continue reading

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ScriptGirl today on YouTube

Check out ScriptGirl’s Thanksgiving Special:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnCTb1TlJNk At the 4 1/2 minute mark, something very cool happens. 

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Reader’s groups and book clubs

You can find me at  www.readerscircle.org.  It says that I am happy to contact your book group and answer questions.  I’ve done it before and I enjoy it.  Don’t hesitate to contact me.  But best to do it through the CONTACT page.  … Continue reading

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Minneapolis StarTribune Review

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Minneapolis StarTribune

Blue ribbon for a white author Cassius, an American slave in Civil War days, sets out to solve the murder of a friend. By EMILY CARTERSpecial to the Star Tribune Last update: November 14, 2008 – 3:39 PM David Fuller’s … Continue reading

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