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“Memories of France,” by Erwin A. Thompson

Mary Trimble posted an essay my father wrote. Mary says: Our own Janet Riehl’s father, Erwin Thompson, and I have been cyber friends and exchanged books and ideas over the years. This week’s post features Mr. Thompson and is about a memorable show he saw in France with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. ******************************************* About […]

Girlhood mentor led a writer-to-be to love music (by Mary E. Trimble)

Mary and I met through Women Writing the West. Through an email conversation with my father (Erwin A. Thompson), I found out about her musical education in childhood. I’d love to know how her lessons in tone on her clarinet might have influenced her writing. Janet __________________ Music with Hugo Schneider by Mary Trimble I […]

Trimble’s “Tenderfoot”…new release

Mary E. Trimble’s new book “Tenderfoot” is out! Mary is the author of “Rosemount” and “McClellan’s Bluff.” “Tenderfoot” is available on-line through publisher Treble Heart Books. Personalized copies may be ordered from Mary Trimble Books. Price: $13.50 ISBN 978-1-936127-09-2

African Memories by Mary Trimble

Mary Trimble has two outstanding remembrances of Africa on her blog.