A COLLECTION OF EXPERIENCES THAT HAVE BROUGHT MEANING, VALUE AND A SENSE OF PURPOSE
TO THE AUTHOR AND POSITIVELY INFLUENCED HIS WRITING.

  • My name is Stephen Winn and I want to say thanks to you for stopping by my blog. Please feel free to leave a comment on this site or on the bottom of my website at: www.stephenwinn.com. Since this is the very beginning of my ‘set up a blog’ project, I have to give credit where it’s due. The idea ... [read more]
  • The blankets in this article were not just any two blankets. These blankets belonged to my dear departed mother. My sister bought them for her while she was still alive and spared no expense. Both were Hudson’s Bay blankets and each was made of pure soft wool. The more expensive of the two was ivory... [read more]
  • There are some special moments with my dad that I recall from time to time. They come back to me when I get into a jam or awkward situation and then think to myself, “…what would my dad do right now?” He was accomplished at many things. Unfortunately I only realized the importance of most of his les... [read more]
  • As an author I just have to write stories that include guns. Why? First things first. My dear dad Ed used to work for an airline. One day he came home and asked me if I would like to join the ‘Airline Gun Club’. I was eight years old at the time, so I was very excited to be old enough to final... [read more]
  • In my first novel ‘IMPERFECT’, the murder-victim is Bill Stewart, the co-founder and co-owner of a very successful importing business. Bill drove a high-end Bentley Flying Spur which was his darling. He was known to continually rant and rave that there were all kinds of people that had no respec... [read more]
  • No, this blog article isn’t about my liquor preferences. It’s about dogs, my dogs. I’ve had a dog most of my life. Our first was ‘Skippy’, a mixed-breed black and tan mid-sized male dog that we got from the dog pound when I was just six years old. Sandy was our last one - a Belgian Malinois, als... [read more]
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