Archive for Purchasing the Book!

Oh happy day!

Thursday, the twenty-seventh day of January 2011 was a special day.  My long-held goal was realized with the official release of Conscience: Breaching Social Amnesia.  Here are some photos that marked the release.

 These are my dearest friends, Liz and Skip Codding.  We’ve known each other a long time.  Liz has been a “rock”, supporting and encouraging me every step of the way, through all the research and writing.  Through the years, Skip has always been there with legal advice; we’ve had many conversations where I’ve benefitted from his level-headed perspectives.  After the manuscript was finished, Liz assisted with the first round of editing and revisions for improvements before promoting the book to publishers.

Then comes that first time when you personally sell a copy of your book.  I don’t know how other authors have reacted, but in all my excitement, I had my friend, Joan Kendall, make her check payable to the wrong person!  Such is life.



Conscience: Breaching Social Amnesia was officially released 27 January 2011!  After two-plus decades of research, writing, and editing, my goal of seeing this work published has finally been achieved.

In the sidebar to the left, you will notice a section entitled “Reviews of Conscience: Breaching Social Amnesia.”  As reviews come in, please click on each  name to read the assessments of my book.

Conscience: Breaching Social Amnesia is available at and from the publisher, 4RV Publishing LLC .

Your support of my research and writing is greatly desired.  I’m looking forward to sending you a copy of Conscience: Breaching Social Amnesia to include in your library of non-revisionist historical resources.