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Red Texas Short Story

Deep within the heart of a Texas small town, murder begins. Following the stages of a young woman from childhood, this crime fiction short story introduces a few paranormal aspects to the mystery of a trail of scalped bodies.

Ever seen Texas Bluebonnets?

It’s a bumper crop this year! Loving it…


Don't run over the bluebonnets

So…guess where I am?!!!!

Yep. That’s right.

I am in the Great State of Texas…the Lonestar State…the kingdom of George Strait…where armadillos and roadrunners roam along with horny toads and rattlesnakes and scorpions. 128 more words


Civil Rights Summit Focus on LBJ

Civil rights was the topic of discussion this week as the LBJ Library in Austin kicked off the Civil Rights Summit on Tuesday.
Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan visited with media Tuesday morning and discussed his most recent play, “All the Way,” which focuses on Lyndon Baines Johnson’s passing of the Civil Rights Act and the beginning of America’s involvement with Vietnam. 272 more words