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Looking Back on Previous Junes

June is a special month for me, with many reminders of the past:

Five years ago this month I was gathering short stories to compile for Tell Me a Story, my first memoir, which was intended to be a Christmas gift to members of my families. Now it’s for sale on Amazon!

Twenty five years ago this week, June 14, 1987, Americans landed in Leningrad (St Petersburg) to begin the 450 mile peace walk with Soviets to Moscow. From my book Walking for Our Lives, here’s a description of the first evening. (more…)

A Taste of Wave Street

I was fortunate to be interviewed several weeks ago by Michael Hemp in Monterey, California, for Wave Street Studios’ authors series.  For an hour we discussed my three books, written since reaching the age of 80, and my life as a member of the Great Peace March for Global Nuclear Disarmament.

My current passion is encouraging others to write their stories. We each have stories to tell that inform readers of our personal lives as well as the historic times in which we grew up and became who we are today. Often daunted by all that we want to say, writing becomes overwhelming and we want to quit before we start. (more…)

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