IN MEMORY OF
            SHEPHERD MOSS
                 1933 - 2010
                                           



   Recently published are four novels that I  encourage you to read. The series is entitled, THE  HAMILTON WOMEN, and the plots include exciting characters, members of a family living in East Texas.  The stories are fictional but include history relative to the time period in which they live.  Love stories to delight the general audience who prefers to read without rated language or explicit inappropriate scenes.  If you love aviation, the thirties thru sixties time period, and enjoy lively unpredictable characters, you will love the folks that live at Back of the Moon in Texas. Check them out, book lovers; they are really inexpensive on Kindle. 

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IN MEMORY OF 
GARY HARRINGTON
1960 - 2014
WWII Saga of the lives of three women
living with war conditions on the home front.
Husbands away and homes and children to 
maintain alone.  Fiction, with characters who
could have been your mother, your sister, or
possibly you.  Available at Amazon.com.

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    IN MEMORY OF 
JOYCE HARRINGTON
  1942 - 2015
    IN MEMORY OF 
DONNIE HALSTEAD
  1937 - 2005
BETTY HALSTEAD MOSS
                         JULY 2015

I've made major changes on this site and hope it will grab the attention of more readers. This year is passing like a lightning streak, and I can't believe school will be starting again in a few weeks.  My year has been busy and plagued with events unexpected as are most of us these days.  We have wished the nation a Happy Birthday again, and we are half way through 2015.  When I think of the goals I planned for this year, I feel discouraged.  It has been a sad year with the loss of my sister and Cubie Steele, my partner in the publication of  RISING FAWN, a book of poetry and photos.  It is also a sad year when recapping the events of history passing before us.  I read FACEBOOK each day, keeping up with folks, and a side issue is observing all the current events of the FACEBOOK family.  I'm saddened to see so many negative posts toward the Bible and our God, uncontrolled language regarding the country and what constitutes freedom, and the hatred that seems to be permeating our society this summer.  If each individual citizen of the nation would stop to evaluate his/her attitude toward the nation as a whole, each cultural group, and each race with honesty and discipline of heart, we could see a great change in the manner in which we communicate and care for each other.  Freedom, hospitality, and the right to live peaceably begins in the heart of each American.  I'm working on my attitude, are you?
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