Tag Archives: World War II

What did you do in the war, Daddy?

Kathy Lynn Emerson/Kaitlyn Dunnett here. Every year when Veterans’ Day comes around, I think of my father, William R. (Russ) Gorton. He graduated from Liberty High School in Liberty, New York in 1928, the same year my mother graduated from … Continue reading

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Three Generations of Maine Writers and One Packed Away Clown Mobile

The¬†heroes (and villains) in our books all have origin stories. Most writers do too. I never knew my parents. I was left in the care of a gruff aunt and uncle on a desert planet with two suns and nothing … Continue reading

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“Mother, please! I’d rather do it myself!”

The title of this blog is a line from a very old television commercial. I don’t remember what product it was for. It was that line that made it memorable for me, and probably for every other girl who had … Continue reading

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