Author Archives: Lee Titus Elliott

About Lee Titus Elliott

I have been a freelance writer and editor for the past twenty years. I am currently finishing a novel, KLAN COUNTRY, and I am writing an article on author Thomas McGonigle for THE HOLLINS CRITIC. In addition, I am now editing a trilogy of novels by a political science professor who resides in Salisbury, NC.

Thoughts on My 64th Birthday

Technorati Tags: Lee Titus Elliott,64th Birthday,Time Remaining   As I turn 64 today, I look back upon my nearly six-and-a-half decades on this planet. Rather than judge those decades, I take a Zen Buddhist approach as well as that adopted … Continue reading

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Photographs from Klan Country

  Technorati Tags: Smith-Atkinson House photographs,Shiloh Church photographs,Bentonville Battlefield photographs,Thomas McGonigle-Lee Titus Elliott photographs     View Full Album   These photos include the following: The Smith-Atkinson House (exterior and interior), 1992; the Smith-Atkinson House (with Lee Titus Elliott standing … Continue reading

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An April Journey to Klan Country

Friday April 29, 2011 It is nearing eleven o’clock on a sunny, breezy Tuesday morning, April 19. My good friend, Thomas McGonigle, and his wife, Anna Saar, are on their way from Durham to my home, a few miles from … Continue reading

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