I See Dead People…

I’m at that age… I read obituaries every day. When I was in journalism school back in 1966, the first assignment thrown at us was to write our own obituary in the style of our hometown newspaper. “What a crazy thing!” I thought as a 17-year-old freshman. “Why would I write about my death when […]

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WELCOME TO DAY 9 OF THE #RWISA “REVOLUTION” BLOG TOUR! #RRBC @nonniejules @RRBC_ORG @RRBC_RWISA @TWEETS4RWISA #RWISAREVOLUTIONTOUR

Originally posted on RWISA: RAVE WRITERS – INT'L SOCIETY OF AUTHORS:
Welcome to Day 9 and the conclusion of the RWISA “REVOLUTION” Blog Tour!  We’d like to introduce you to an amazingly supportive RWISA member, Author, Nonnie Jules, who is also the Founder of RRBC & RWISA.  Take a peek at her writing below… A LIFE ISN’T WORTH LIVING…

The Tears Still Come

Over the past two nights, I’ve been watching a special on public television about the Black church. I am not Black. I do not attend a Black church. I admit to loving gospel music and Black history. I participated in the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s. But tonight’s episode showed footage of the Rev. […]

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Talk About a Field of Dreams…

During these challenging times, I’ve been immersed in politics, especially after the siege of the Nation’s Capitol building on January 6, 2021. I’ve been depressed and fearful for our country. Six people died during that incursion; many more were injured. Our country itself was irreparably damaged by people who have absconded with the title of […]

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RIP, Tri-City Valley Cats

Major League Baseball announced that it will no longer have an association with the Tri-City Valley Cats, a Troy, NY-based affiliate of the Houston Astros. I’ve spent many hours at the incredible stadium, known as “The Joe,” located near Hudson Valley Community College. The family-friendly atmosphere, coupled with amazingly high quality baseball and the ability […]

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Erratum

I’ve only written one novel, Empty Seats. When it first came out, it was in the very capable distribution hands of Epigraph Publishing. They were incredible to me; I would recommend them to any new author. They’re located in Rhinebeck, New York, and I liked working with them. However, since sales have slowed, I decided […]

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