A Foreigner in a Native Land

  We rented a car in France. Several friends had urged us to make the drive along the Normandy coast ourselves, rather than to rely on a tour bus. That made the most sense, anyway, because I was conducting research for the sequel to Mother of Rain and needed to get to St.-Mere-Eglise, the village [Read More…]

What Zeb & the 505th taught me

It’s a funny business, this creative process. Sometimes I know exactly where a notion to write something comes from, and other times it seems to spring up from something beyond. Consider Zebulon for instance. He’s one of the main characters in my forthcoming novel, Mother of Rain.  I really didn’t have much to go by [Read More…]