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“Wait for Me” Soundtrack

WASHINGTON, DC, 22 July 2021 — In discussions with readers of my memoir, “Wait for Me: True Stories of War, Love and Rock & Roll,” I’m learning that too few are accessing the website designed to complement the book. Go to www.waitformebook.com and listen, chapter after chapter, to the music that accompanied me during my […]

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“Wait for Me” on Bakersfield Observed

WASHINGTON, DC, 1 July 2021 — Check out this interview as Richard Beene, of the Bakersfield Observed podcast, and I discuss “Wait for Me: True Stories of War, Love and Rock & Roll.” The interview actually starts at 10’20” (10 minutes 20 seconds). Rick is an old friend of mine from the time I worked […]

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Waitformebook.com Website Is LIVE

WASHINGTON, DC, 10 June 2021 — I write to announce the launch of our Waitformebook.com website as an exciting complement to the Wait for Me, True Stories of War, Love and Rock & Roll book. I believe the most enlivening component of the website is the Soundtrack. Chapter by chapter, the Soundtrack lists, and provides […]

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Wait for Me mock-up

WASHINGTON, DC, 27 May 2021 — I received the digital proofs of what Wait for Me will look like once printed. It’s got 359 pages and scores of images, in color as well as black & white. This computer-generated image gives an idea of the final product. I’m reviewing the proof and will advise on the […]

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COMING SOON: Wait For Me

WASHINGTON, DC, 14 May 2021 — I haven’t posted about this project for the past few weeks because I’ve been busy with university business and with preparing the book for release. We’re almost there. I’m giving the manuscript a final review this weekend and plan to deliver it to the independent publisher next week. Depending […]

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The Reservoir

AMBRIDGE RESERVOIR, Pennsylvania — The Ambridge Reservoir was built in the 1950s to accommodate the water needs of nearby towns and villages in southwestern Pennsylvania, one of them being the town of the same name. Incorporated in 1905, Ambridge takes its name from the industry and the company upon which its inhabitants once thrived – […]

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