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J. L. Rainey's Journal EntriesblogUncategorized

Excerpts from J.L. Rainey’s Journal, Selma, Alabama, March 1965, from the novel, The Clock Of Life, by Nancy Klann-Moren.  My posts will include both J.L.’s journal entries, and actual articles from The Selma Times-Journal each day until he reaches Montgomery. This was day four after he arrived in Selma to take part in the right-to-vote march to Montgomery.  The day after Read the rest of this entry »

J. L. Rainey's Journal EntriesblogUncategorized

Excerpts from J.L. Rainey’s Journal, Selma, Alabama, March 1965, from the novel, The Clock Of Life, by Nancy Klann-Moren. My posts will include both J.L.’s journal entries, and actual articles from The Selma Times-Journal each day until he reaches Montgomery. This was day four after he arrived in Selma to take part in the right-to-vote march to Montgomery.  This day Read the rest of this entry »

J. L. Rainey's Journal EntriesblogUncategorized

An excerpt  from J.L. Rainey’s Journal, Selma, Alabama, March 1965, from the novel, The Clock Of Life, by Nancy Klann-Moren. My posts will include both J.L.’s journal entries, and actual articles from The Selma Times-Journal each day until he reaches Montgomery. This was day three after he arrived in Selma to take part in the right-to-vote march to Montgomery.  One day Read the rest of this entry »

J. L. Rainey's Journal EntriesblogUncategorized

An excerpt from J.L. Rainey’s Journal, Selma, Alabama, March 1965, from the novel, The Clock Of Life, by Nancy Klann-Moren. My posts will include both J.L.’s journal entries, and actual articles from The Selma Times-Journal each day until he reaches Montgomery. This was day two after he arrived in Selma to take part in the right-to-vote march to Montgomery, forever known Read the rest of this entry »

J. L. Rainey's Journal EntriesblogUncategorized

An excerpt from J.L. Rainey’s Journal,  Selma, Alabama, March 1965 from the novel, The Clock Of Life, by Nancy Klann-Moren. My posts will include both J.L.’s journal entries, and actual articles from The Selma Times-Journal each day until he reaches Montgomery. This is one day before “Bloody Sunday.”  J.L. Rainey arrived in Selma, Alabama, from Hadlee, Mississippi to take part in the Read the rest of this entry »

A Good Read

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The Belvedere Club by Nicola Trwst  (not a typo) In full disclosure, Nicola is a friend. We met at the Santa Barbara Writers Conference one year, and have kept in touch since. I liked her wit and writing style, and looked forward to this book because I had heard a few excerpts from earlier drafts. In this entertaining Who-Done-It, Nicola Read the rest of this entry »

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Book Club Reading List Read the Book? Now, Book the Author for Your Next Book Club Meeting! Author Interview – Nancy Klann-Moren February 5th, 2013 | What inspired you to write this book? The idea of inequality and how it comes to be has always puzzled me, so the foundation for The Clock Of Life was more emotional than cerebral. This Read the rest of this entry »

Vicki Abelson’s Women Who Write

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For two years I have crawled through the endless morning rush hour and maneuvered the L.A. freeways, the last Tuesday of every month, to the secret town of Montrose (go ahead, ask someone where it is.) After you ask where, you may ask why go there? Or, what’s in Montrose? The answer―Vicki Abelson’s house. Vicki is a music promoter, comedian, Read the rest of this entry »

Indie Authors Featured on Radio Broadcast

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  Barbara DeMarco-Barrett is an author, writing instructor and coach, wife and mother, avid knitter, and a maker of beautiful jewelry. In her spare time she’s a tour de force on the O.C. writing scene, and hosts a “sold out” monthly salon called Speakers Series, where literary aficionados can rub shoulders with well known authors and agents. And if that Read the rest of this entry »

A Home Delivery

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“You don’t make progress by standing on the sidelines, whimpering and complaining. You make progress by implementing ideas.” Shirley Chisholm. I didn’t work on it every day, but when I did, I retreated to my quiet space and wrote on my novel, then pondered over various sections and went back to pump up a passage or tone down a stereotype. Read the rest of this entry »