Astronaut Judy Resnik died in the Challenger Tragedy.
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I enjoy reading. Last night I finished Patterson’s ‘Private Down Under’ about 1:30 AM. I enjoyed the book. But this one had too many characters for me to keep up with. Then beside my bed as I laid the book down I spied two Louis L’Amour books. I had found them in the RV ‘swap library’. I picked up one called “Kiowa Trail”. I was half through the book by 3:30 AM. I made myself quit.
L’Amour is my most favorite writer. My buddy Sonny was such a fan of L’Amour that his daughter bought him a full set of leather bound L’Amour’s books.
He loaned them to me a group at a time and over 3 winters here in Florida I read them all. Funny, this one I did not remember and that made it better.
That brings up the Old Folks joke: “With my mind the way it is I go to the same places and every day I meet new people. Many act like they know me.”
So I hope the next book is new to me. LOL If that works I will borrow that leather bound series again. ;)
On a side note, I have some very special writers I have loved over the years. But many like the Patterson I just finished is coauthored with a new writer, this time it was Michael White. Maybe I am prejudiced, but the coauthored books do not seem quite as good.
Have you ran across that? If so, have you noticed any difference in the flow or the work, or the interest generated?
If you had been around in the 50's you would have loved the customized cars that were on the road. This is a 1956 Chevy