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Dana Glossbrenner has spent most of her life in West Texas, with small towns of the region forming the inspiration for the fictional locale of Sulfur Gap. She's married with two children, two step-children, and six grandchildren. She currently resides in San Angelo, Texas. ...more

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I'm not alone when I say I'm sick of politics. When people believe their side is the only correct way and the other side is ignorant, evil, low-class, selfish, snobbish, arrogant, sinful--that's when politics becomes full of hate. Both sides do it. It's called judging. There's no respect because being "wrong" makes the other person undeserving. No rolling up sleeves and looking for solutions--Repu

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“Charley Bristow paced his small living room. Celibacy was burning a hole in his pants.”
Dana Glossbrenner, The Lark

“Conventional wisdom tells us not to dwell in the past. I believe, however, that we should hold hands with it.”
Dana Glossbrenner, Women Behind Stained Glass: West Texas Pioneers

“Charley Bristow paced his small living room. Celibacy was burning a hole in his pants.”
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“Conventional wisdom tells us not to dwell in the past. I believe, however, that we should hold hands with it.”
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