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On February 9, 2012, I attended a memorial service for MWSA member Trumbull Rogers who passed away after a long illness on September 4, 2012.
Trumbull's sister, Grace, was organizing the memorial service, a complicated affair as she was living in California and the service was going to be in Manhattan, where Trumbull had spent most of his life. Grace was contacting friends and organizations that Trum (as he was known) knew or was a member of. Her MWSA contact information had Maria Edwards' name and she forwarded the details to me.
I didn't start writing until I was 60 so I am a new old writer. That's not such a bad thing because by the time you reach such an age you have plenty of stories to tell and you are past the point where you crave fame and fortune. I started by writing short stories about my days as a US Army Security Agency Laotian Translator/Interpreter during the Vietnam War in Thailand and Laos. Some of these stories became "Tales of Ramasun" which has been reviewed by MWSA. I have just published another batch or Ramasun stories as well as some other non-military things. I had a lot of fun writing th
As some of you may know, my debut novel, 'Red Sky at Morning', recently received a 5 Star rating on www.thechristianmanifesto.com, and once again, the characterizations of the book's protagonists were a big part of that. Interested readers of military/espionage fiction can view it here:
Hello fellow members.