Accents is at a few places, and hopefully will find a new home. There is no bitterness about its previous home, only a sense of wistfulness. I remain proud of my artistic accomplishment, and know it will be readily-available to the public again. Right now I have about 50 copies; if you have reliable mail delivery and we can work out a means of payment, contact me! I would not be surprised if it were still to be had from one source, but I would not see royalties. But it is all right if people enjoy the book.
Hopefully I will be able to announce something before much longer. Meanwhile Saluda Reflections will be available for pre-orders from Finishing Lien Press in February 2018, and I am excited about that! This book reflects contemporary American issues in a more pronounced way than my earlier books.
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As a boy I read Somerset Maugham... I imagined myself on a hill in the Mediterranean writing a great novel... I do write on a...
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There was no blinding flash of light, no epiphany moment as such. I have always enjoyed writing, be that school projects, internal memos at work...
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