Is Honor Two Songs, John Collector’s companion, a role model for women everywhere? Absolutely.
It is “J-h-o-n”, not ‘J-o-h-n Collector’, protagonist of SCENE OF A CRIME/FOR UNTO US.
My studies and observations of the Golden Eagle have resulted in researching online, in libraries, and, of course, in the field. I find inspirations in the efforts of others, and believe that my work contributes to the overall body of knowledge, ever growing:
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Previously I mentioned that I took a short break from this effort to plan for the next phase of a project now eight months old.
The next phase includes the war now underway against independent booksellers around the world.
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Reference to the Golden Eagle has brought additional interest to The Jhon Collector Mysteries. Mention of personal experience has resulted in, conservatively, a deluge of communications from people wanting to know more.
You ask, I do:
The Lakhota give an eagle feather as a symbol of honor to someone who achieves a task. In modern times, it may be given on an even such as a graduation from college.
The Writer’s Grand Slam No. 89: To the Barnes and Noble bookstore in Palm Desert, CA., which carries my book, Scene Of A Crime/For Unto Us: THANK YOU!
Let’s make good things happen through literature and storytelling, starting RIGHT NOW!
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It cannot be said enough – to Barnes and Noble, Muskegon, MI.!
THANK YOU for carrying SCENE OF A CRIME/FOR UNTO US!