I still listen to my mother. She has a way of cutting through subtleties to get to the essence. I told her I was troubled that my first novel, The Perfect Song, had very little foul language and only a … Continue reading
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Note: The beauty of blogs is that one can revise. I thought about Ken’s question a lot over the weekend and expanded on my thoughts. I had lunch with Dr. Ken Sarch, a music prof friend a Fulbright Scholar who … Continue reading
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News About “Vengeance” Banning Goes Viral July 19, 2013 A few months ago, Scott DiMarco, library director at Mansfield University, asked if he could ban One Woman’s Vengeance to show the effects of censorship. I agreed. (Okay, I suggested it, … Continue reading