One More Thing

One more thing before I leave Moxam (or maybe more than one thing). When we lived there, our mother rejoined the Militia. She joined with her friend Gail Dumas, who had also come from Winnipeg (with her four young children - but no husband). They lived with us for a short time. By the time… Continue reading One More Thing

Tex

We didn't live at the Moxam apartments that long, in 1963, but there was a ton of memorable times. I told you about some already, but let me tell you about my friend Tex. Tex wasn't his real name, of course, but that was what his mom insisted we call him. Sometimes he wore a… Continue reading Tex

So What

Gillet of Azincourt is finally finished. It took more than a year. Perhaps more than two years, if you count from when it was just a preface for Agnes of Meaux, then became the first half dozen chapters of that novel, then spun off to become a stand alone novella and finally a novel by… Continue reading So What

What’s It All About

Gillet of Azincourt is about the bond that develops between two men, a young French nobleman and an older commoner, the life lessons they teach each other and the coming together of vastly different classes in a struggle against a common foe. The story is set against the Battle of Azincourt, a famous encounter during… Continue reading What’s It All About

No Aliens, yet

Many thanks to all the folks that have visited my website, read my blog posts and some are even readers of my books. I looked at a stats report today and I see there have been visitors from Canada, USA, Ireland, Mexico, United Kingdom, India, Ireland, Iceland, New Zealand, Trinidad & Tobago, Poland, Czech Republic,… Continue reading No Aliens, yet

Moxam

I already told you about November 22nd, 1963, so I won’t repeat, other than to say that it was a bad day for planet earth and this is where we lived when it happened. Moxam This is the building where we moved to in the late fall of 1963. The Moxam Apartments. We lived in… Continue reading Moxam