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Connie Corcoran Wilson

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Connie Corcoran Wilson has published 10 books since 2003. "Hellfire & Damnation" (www.HellfireandDamnationtheBook.com) came out in February, 2010. Her three volumes of true ghost stories of Route 66 (Ghostly Tales of Route 66, www.GhostlyTalesofRoute66.com) are out from Quixote and in E-book format from Quad City Press. Her first book ("Training the Teacher As A Champion") was published by PLS Bookstores in 1989. Her sci fi novel "Out of Time" was published by Lachesis in 2008 and the screenplay written based on the book was a winner in a "Writer's Digest" competition. Her 2 humor collections are "Both Sides Now" (2003) and "Laughing through Life" (2011). Her illustrated children's book, "The Christmas Cats in Silly Hats" was released at Ch ...more

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Weekly Wilson Programs of May 21 and May 28th

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May 21st – My guest on Weekly Wilson, the podcast, at 7 p.m. (CDT) on Thursday was Linda Gratz, talking about her book “Redlined.” It was a fascinating hour.


May 28th – My guest this coming Thursday will be Anita Solick Oswald, author of “West Side Girl” ad a founding member of the Boulder Writing Studio. Anita and I will talk again about the same neighborhood that Lind

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" Check out "BEE GONE: A POLITICAL PARABLE" and "The Christmas Cats Flee the Bee," 6th and final book in the Christmas Cats series. "
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I've actually moved on to "Nest of Vipers" and Michelle Obama's book, after reading "Unhinged" by Omarosa, Woodward's book, and "Fire & Fury." Next up will probably be Andrew McCabe's, who will be interviewed on "Sixty Minutes" on Sunday; anybody else read these?
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" A belated thank you to Patricia and this news: the (now 3-book) series is in an E-Pub boxed set that is specially priced now through November 30, 2017 ...more "
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