"No Man's Land"
In "No Man's Land", otherwise known as the Sabine River Bottom, the whippoorwill sings almost all night long, the horned owl hoots and the four o'clocks have the most wonderful aroma! Country life can really be a blessing. I told this to my publisher the other day and his reply was "Sounds wonderful. The only sounds I hear outside my window are loud motorcycles, cars and sirens. Not exactly country life". Maybe I can convince him to come for a visit so he can see the setting for my books...
7/13/2017 11:56:30 am
I have many family ties in this area Rosepine, Leesville, Merryville, DeRidder, Llano, etc. and have been trying to trace back my family ancestry. Do you have any sources? Families of Keel, Cooper, Cryer/Crier, Midkiff, Fletcher of course, they all interweave.
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