I worked on my manuscript last night for the first time in months!!!
It sits, unchanged. The moon rises and sets. The sunlight beats down in punishing rays, bathing it and everything around it in the blinding golden light that can only come from an African sun. Water splatters across its smooth marble surface as the sprinklers… Continue Reading “Planning a private pilgrimage”
One of the very best parts of living in Indiana is being able to visit Conner Prairie Interactive History Park.
I just added a seventh antique radio to my collection!
This morning, after pouring over my iPad Mini during every free moment these past several days, I finally finished The Nazi Officer’s Wife: How One Jewish Woman Survived the Holocaust by Edith Hahn Beer. This book? Gripping. Edith, an educated woman who lives in Vienna… Continue Reading “What I Just Finished Reading…”
Dear eBay, f*** you. You’re going to kill me with all your thousands of RCA Victors, Philcos, Wards Airlines, etc. I should have never gone to that damn site and entered “antique radio” into the search bar. Since then, I can often be found… Continue Reading “Guess who got another antique radio?”
As my readers are aware, I collect vintage radios. Roughly two years ago, my mom called to tell me that she and my dad had been digging around his grandmother’s old homestead, which was getting ready to be demolished, and they had snagged an… Continue Reading “A Haunting (of sorts)”
Pete, or James K. Stepro, as was his given name, was born on a chilly February Saturday in 1912. The seventh of eight children in a three-room house with no electricity, he was from inauspicious beginnings. The family was poor but they did the… Continue Reading “The Greatest Generation: A Man Named Pete”