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2020: Fewer Possessions, More Experiences – Heavener Runestone

  The Heavener Runestone https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oklahoma_runestones in southeastern Oklahoma is an anomaly. A sandstone monolith, it stands at the bottom of a valley with carving that some say is as ancient as the Vikings who could have arrived on this continent … Continue reading

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2020: Fewer Possessions, More Experiences – Experience Glome’s Valley

    I am so sick of hearing about the Coronavirus and I know you are too. Hopefully you are stuck at home and only bored, not sick.  But since we are all stuck at home, you know what you … Continue reading

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2020: Fewer Possessions, More Experiences – Glome’s Valley

    It’s Sunday and that means blog day!!! I hope you don’t get sick of what I have to say on Sunday, but it is important to me. Fewer possessions, more experiences is the theme this year. I’ve been … Continue reading

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2019 Life-Long Learning: Glome is back

    Twice a year the Heavener Runestone Park in southeastern Oklahoma holds its Viking Fest in April and October with all things Viking and Celtic.  The park is loaded with costumed characters and families on outings.  Picnics are held … Continue reading

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2017 Something New: Vikings!

    Once again, I’ll sip coffee in the ancient forests of Oklahoma with thousands of my closest friends and take in the sights and smells of all things Viking.  October 14 and 15 this fall is the Heavener Runestone Viking … Continue reading

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2017 Something New: Glome Returns

    The forests of Oklahoma are magical. If you look hard enough, you will find trolls, fairies, runestones, magic swords – and Norse gods.  And there might even be dragons.  The Glome’s Valley series takes place in southeast Oklahoma at … Continue reading

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2017 Something New: The Saga Continues, Return to Glome’s Valley is Released!

    It’s available!!! Return to Glome’s Valley is finally a reality.  The second in the Glome’s Valley series is available for sale at Amazon in paperback and electronically.  The book will debut this fall in the forest where it is … Continue reading

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2017 Something New: Return to Glome’s Valley

    Something new indeed!  I want to show you the cover for the second in the Glome’s Valley series – Return to Glome’s Valley. The cover was created by the uber talented, Diana Haslett.  The release date is still to … Continue reading

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2017 Something New: Glome’s Valley and Return to Glome’s Valley

     The forests of Oklahoma are magical and is the setting for a Peter Pan-type Oklahoma fairytale, Glome’s Valley and the soon-to-be-released Return to Glome’s Valley. When Ethan came to Heavener, Oklahoma he didn’t believe in ghosts, fairies, or smelly … Continue reading

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2016 Cultivating Gratitude: Writer’s Block

    I’m grateful this week to have talked with Jim Christina and Bobbie Jean Bell at L A Talk Radio’s The Writer’s Block. You can check out the interview at this link.   http://latalkradio.com/sites/default/files/audio/Writer-060916.mp3 Their enthusiasm was contagious and their ability … Continue reading

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