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Florence St. Clair Savage, aka Gram

This is/was my grandmother, born 1894, died 1974.  While researching Tiana Rogers’ story for Walk in My Soul, I learned that among the Cherokee people, “Grandmother” was a respectful way to address a woman.  They even referred to the sun as “Grandmother.”... read more

Alligator Allegories

Light a Distant Fire is set in my home state of Florida.  Writing the story of Osceola gave me a chance to learn more about my favorite reptile, the alligator.  While driving around the state doing research, I also heard stories of people’s encounters with them. An... read more

Making Scents of History

             When one stops to think about it, writing and reading are preposterous endeavors.   With straight lines of rune-like ink squiggles, the writer creates landscapes, events, emotions, and personalities.  Readers who most likely have never met the... read more

Seeing Double

      While researching Ghost Warrior, the story of the Chiricahua Apache woman Lozen who rode as a warrior with the men, I was surprised to find photos of stereoscope cards.  Photographs were in plentiful supply in the mid-1800’s, of course.  Shortly after... read more
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