Language Matters

One of the reasons why my character, Darius, in FATIMA AND THE SONS OF ABRAHAM, is multilingual, is because I’m not…and I wish I was.
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Why I Chose Calabria as a Setting in My Novel

When you ask someone where they would like to visit given the opportunity, many will say, Italy. I don’t blame them. I have been fortunate to visit many times and have traveled most of that picturesque Mediterranean peninsula.
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How I Came to Write This Book – Part 3

Part 3: Good Characters Are Everywhere Kinston, North Carolina in 1983 was like a foreign country to me. I couldn’t figure out why everyone moved so slowly.
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How I Came to Write This Book – Part 2

Part 2: Lessons Learned Dr. Charles Higgins is like an egg fresh from the hen—all hard shell on the outside, but full of warm liquid goodness on the inside.
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How I Came to Write This Book – Part 1

Part 1:  Trust your instincts Fear of failure may be one of the most natural human emotions. It’s also one of the most useless.
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The Process of Promotion – My Recent Book Signing

As we approach the 100th anniversary of Fatima this weekend, I find myself hard at work increasing exposure for the book — which is why I recently met up with the iSynergy team at their office for a book signing.
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Foreign Press Release

OUR LADY OF FATIMA’S MOTHERHOOD DELIVERS WORLDWIDE BROTHERHOOD
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Domestic Fatima Press Release

POPE’S VISIT TO FATIMA, PORTUGAL PUTS TO QUESTION WHETHER MOTHERHOOD COULD DELIVER WORLDWIDE BROTHERHOOD
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How to Become an Author

One of the things that always fascinated me during my baseball days was how easy certain athletes made their fielding gems look.
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