Most of us have heard of the political slogan “Tippecanoe and Tyler too”, but where did it come from and what does it mean? The saying was used throughout the presidential campaign of William Henry Harrison and John Tyler during the election of 1840. Harrison won largely on his victory over the Shawnee at the Battle of … Continue reading The Curse. Tippecanoe Who?
On Aug 25, at the San Diego Union Tribune Book Fair, Dave Knop found a new fan for his hit novel Animal Parts. What's next, the universe?
I sponsored the 18th tee and two military golfers at the recent Coronado (CA) Rotary Club Golf Tournament. Our club raised $80,000 for worthy charities, many of them veteran support charities. I have included some happy military golfers and my tee poster.
Greetings to All ~ This is a reminder that Animal Parts is now shelved in the San Diego Main Library, Popular Library section, and ready to circulate. Check it out!
Here I am at the San Diego Library showcasing my book, Animal Parts. A good January night!
Animal Parts has been declared a finalist in the 2017 New Mexico Book Co-op Writing Contest. New Mexico writers recognize one of their own, Peter Romero, a cop like no other. See http://www.nmbookcoop.com/2017FinalistList.pdf for full list. Awards are Nov 17. Wish me luck!
The genocide of Native Americans by Euro-Americans from 1492 to about 1890 remains an atrocious and shameful episode in American history. About the time this reviewer believes this era, one utterly devoid of social justice, had ended, I am proven wrong. Mistreatment of original Americans continued long after Wounded Knee. Killers of the Flower Moon, … Continue reading An Era Without Social Justice