It all began when he bought one of those confounded computin' contraptions, and plopped the heavy monitor atop his pot-belly stove. But don't worry, the old heater is now only a decoration, and a bit heavy to move out of the way. The checkerboard top on the cracker barrel is the perfect height for using the keyboard and mouse.
Rhudy was never too far behind the times. When he first started working on the Roaring Falls Series back in 2008; he began making Update posts on a writing club's newfangled electronic bulletin board. He later moved his Updates to another sponsored forum, which closed down without warning, deleting everything.
The information about Roaring Falls provided on this website, prompts fellow authors and readers to ask many questions via e-mail. Often these are simply on how things are going, or what are you working on now? What better place than a Blog to keep readers abreast of the progress, as it unfolds concerning the development of the Roaring Falls Series.
Due to the fact a Blog grows quite large over time. Rather than creating one long jumbled up mess of a document; for your convenience, we have separated the Current years Blog, and Archived all Blog Posts over one year old.
With those fancy duds you're wearing, better grab the new blue rocker. I do try to keep the critters off the places we sit.
This little cubbyhole may not look like much with the early orange crate furniture, but it sure is peaceful. I'm pleased you stopped by to hear what I've been up to since the last time we spoke.
Blog Posts over twelve months old are moved to the archive section.