Wolf Mountain Weekend 1976

Wolf Mountain Weekend 1976

In 1976 a group of investors in the small, southeastern Oklahoma town of Poteau contacted popular, local radio disk jockey and concert promoter “Diamond” Don Barnes about putting together a large concert to celebrate America’s 200th birthday. With only a few weeks to pull it off from scratch, Don took on the task of what […]

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One Drug

One Drug

Before even settling into his office, Craig Jackson, newly appointed VP of Operations at Houston based Docking Strategies, America’s last viable corporation in 2052, is sent to Ft. Smith, AR on another troubleshooting assignment. Craig was born there, but hasn’t been back since he was sixteen and isn’t sure how family he hasn’t seen in […]

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Payne County Weekly

Payne County Weekly

Doing the right thing was always a clear, easy decision for LaShelle Roland, editor of Payne County Weekly in Stillwater, Oklahoma until she discovers the District Attorney’s Drug Task Force is actually shielding major drug dealers from prosecution. The Sun, Stillwater’s powerful daily newspaper is part of the corruption cover up and is pressuring LaShelle […]

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Welcome to Utica

Welcome to Utica

In 2010, a badly injured, unclothed woman is found with the mutilated remains of a special forces team in Afghanistan and brought to a field hospital. Before anyone can determine who she is or why she was there, high ranking military Chaplain Gabriel (Gabe) Wingford arrives to give her a U.S. Military identity and take […]

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Dragline

Twenty-eight year old Sissy MacKenzie works for her grandfather Marlon at his coal mine near Hartford, Arkansas in 1973. The beautiful, hard drinking and hard loving redhead has good business sense and operates a bulldozer and the mammoth dragline with great skill. As a favor to the State Department, Marlon and Sissy’s father Jake travel […]

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Letters from Becky

Letters from Becky

As an insecure, immature, seventeen year old high senior boy from Poteau, OK with a dismal dating history, Joe Harwell somehow managed to work up enough courage to ask a gorgeous sixteen year old girl to accompany him on a first date to a stock car race at Tri-State Speedway in Pocola, OK on April […]

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I don’t want to write, edit, publish, market or sell your book, but I’ll teach you how

I don't want to write, edit, publish, market or sell your book, but I'll teach you how

A detailed and enjoyable tutorial by self-published writer, editor Joe Harwell, and writer, editor, and educator Mary Frances Hodges to inspire and guide your creative writing, editing, publishing, marketing and selling process. Everything you’d learn in an expensive weekend writing seminar and more is included here at a fraction of the price in a practical, […]

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