The Writing and Titling of the Hunt Book

Sooooo – I’ve been writing and research the true crime story of the Hunt murders for seven years. I thought I was done in the fall of 2016, but feedback on the manuscript suggested I was not before it goes off to another publishing house. While the edits were minor they improved the flow of…

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All Aboard – My Photographer’s View of Historic Railway of Quanah, Acme and Pacific Railway

“You’re the first person I’ve seen taking a photograph of the train station seats,” said curator Scarlett Daugherty at the Quanah, Acme & Pacific Railway Museum (QAPR) in Quanah, Texas. I found that an unusual statement and came back at her, “Really?” I thought it would be natural to take photos of the seats because…

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A Witness to History – A Review

A WITNESS TO HISTORY George H. Mahon, West Texas Congressman  By Janet M. Neugebauer Foreword by Kent Hance Genre: Texas History / Politics / Biography Publisher: Texas Tech University Press FACEBOOK TWITTER Date of Publication: June 30 2017 Number of Pages: 576 This is the story of George H. Mahon, a man who went to Congress…

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Thou Art a Priest Forever

  As you are driving the Texas Panhandle roads of either Highway 86 or Farm to Market 168 in Castro County, you will see a town emerge on a hill seemingly in the middle of nowhere. Then you see a large structure that is the church. Its cross can be seen miles away on a…

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