Monthly Archives: November 2012

Throw Back to 1979!

Recently, I’d received a wonderful message from one of my teachers back in Virginia. She reminded me of the following article…At age 18, I wrote a “LETTER TO THE EDITOR” which was published in the local newspaper FREDERICKSBURG FREE LANCE- … Continue reading

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CHANGIN’ FACE and Other Songs

CHANGIN’ FACE Here we go…changin’ face Just like the river…in the race Here we go…changin’ face Just like the dandelions…in the wind Feels like blood…gettin’ thin Here we go…changin’ face Just like the river…in the race Maybe these dreams of … Continue reading

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‘False Dandelions’/ Richmond Times-Dispatch

Richmond Times-Dispatch Books Editor Jay Strafford mentioned Southern noir novel ‘False Dandelions’ in his monthly books column (Sunday, November 4, 2012) . Here’s the LINK:   http://www2.timesdispatch.com/entertainment/arts-literature/2012/nov/04/tdbook04-virginia-book-notes-for-nov-4-ar-2326915/ Follow Randolph Randy Camp on Twitter  @rcstories One summer. Seven hearts. 29 Dimes. It … Continue reading

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