Posts Tagged "fracking"

Green Recognition?!?

Posted By on May 16, 2014

It’s official. Mother Fracker is an award winner. For the record, I am not traveling to San Francisco tomorrow (May 17) to accept my certificate for topping the General Fiction category in the 2014 Green Book Festival. But a win is a win by any other name, to misquote Yogi Berra. Or is it? So, OK, the Green Book Festival is NOT the Pulitzer Prize or the Robert F. Kennedy Award. In fact, it’s hardly a festival. GBF is more...

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Fracking: Too Close to Home

Posted By on May 8, 2014

Rappahannock News, Thursday, May 8, 2014 By Larry Bud Meyer For an obscure drilling technique barely on the nation’s radar two years ago, hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, has garnered plenty of attention so far in 2014, pro and con. As the April 30 oil train derailment and explosion in Lynchburg shows for a state seemingly beyond the controversial technique’s reach, fracking is starting to come awfully close to home. The CSX train...

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Fresh off an Earth Day interview on “The Book Report” (, and in celebration of Luna (the Goldendoodle)’s fourth birthday, we thought we’d offer an Earth Day Special! Use the promo code Earth Day 14 here at and we will mail you a signed first-edition hard copy edition of Mother Fracker. Maybe we’re feeling generous, maybe it’s that spring’s in...

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