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About joeharwell

I'm a Tulsa, OK based author and true self publisher of mostly historical fiction with a futuristic thriller and a memoir or two tossed in just for fun. By participating in several local writers groups I strive to improve my craft while sharing the knowledge I've gained with others.

Dragline, a historical fiction novel by Joe Harwell set

Dragline, a historical fiction novel by Joe Harwell set in the western Arkansas coal mining industry in 1973. Copyright 2013 by Joe Harwell Publishing, LLC, P.O. Box 54213, Tulsa, OK 74155-0213 joeharwell54@gmail.com    www.indianrockvampire.com This is a work of fiction, which includes … Continue reading

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A childhood memory, I think

Sumtime b4 eye wuz 5, we livd in a houze on Pearl street in Poto that had a hi front pourch.  My mama gru red rozez and had big roze bushez all aroun the puorch.  I got a new green trisikle for … Continue reading

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Possibly the last of the turduckens

What can I say?  We did it again for the 3rd year in a row.  Went to Hebert’s in Tulsa, otherwise know as Cajun Ed’s and bought a large turducken for Thanksgiving.  Yes, they come in sizes.  Also, someone pointed … Continue reading

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Who killed books in print? Dick Tracy.

Who killed books in print? Dick Tracy. Does anyone remember what a buggy whip is or what it was used for? I’m not old enough to remember when they were used, but the companies who made them probably scoffed at … Continue reading

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Time travel and alternate universe theory

Time travel and alternate universe theory   Written by Joe Harwell on 8-15-2012 (or in an alternate time and place)   No, I’ve not been bored out of my mind this summer.  In fact, I’ve been writing against deadlines to … Continue reading

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How to become an author-preneur

I recently attended the graduation ceremony of the Tulsa Community College Launch Flight Program.  The ultimate goal is to support entrepreneurs with great ideas build great businesses.  The people and their ideas are put through the paces for sixteen weeks … Continue reading

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Have you ever had an Oklahoma Hello?

Forty years ago this week, a quiet sixteen year old Poteau, OK high school junior named Becky, agreed to trade seats with a freshman girl in her second hour speech class. The previous Saturday night, the freshman girl went on … Continue reading

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