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Panhandle Focus, now bi-monthly

Just finished the September issue of the Panhandle Focus and there was so much material it was going to be a whopping, overloaded affair. Instead, I’ve decided to share the love over the month and simply go to bi-monthly publication … Continue reading

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Horseplay at the Paper

Yesterday’s #TBT post got me thinking back to when I was first trying to get a job at the Beacon, and I started reflecting on what the almost two years have been like working there. Sometimes it’s been incredibly stressful as … Continue reading

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Friends of the Library Book Sale/Signing a Success!

I was privileged to be able to sign books at the Niceville Friends of the Library annual book sale today. It’s been a few years since I’ve done a book signing so it was good to get out and do … Continue reading

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Signing Books in Niceville

I’m not big on book signings, but I volunteered this weekend to help a good cause: Friends of the Niceville Library. I’ll be signing copies of End of Mae and donating 100% of the proceeds to Friends. They raise money … Continue reading

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What is it about Niceville?

When I first started working in Niceville I knew I had found someplace special, and we started looking to move here almost immediately.  I’ve been told that there is only one town named Niceville in the entire world. Originally named … Continue reading

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Jonathan Gunger tonight on Journal Jabber!

Listen in! Welcome to another Tuesday and another episode of Journal Jabber!  Tonight’s guest is Jonathon Gunger, author of 34/4, a novel set in the town of Niceville… the same town I currently live in. Come join us as Gunger … Continue reading

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Broken tech? Call Sarge!

Anyone in the Emerald Coast area looking for an iPad and cell phone repair shop – try Sarge’s Cellular in Valparaiso. Awhile back I mentioned that my beloved iPad, gift from my daughter, had been dropped and was caput.  I kept … Continue reading

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Beacon highlights

It was a great week at the Beacon!  I got to interview Carsten Stroud about the sequel to his book Niceville, called The Homecoming.  I’ve had no time with all the finishing up moving and family visiting so I’m still at … Continue reading

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