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For more than 30 years, I’ve helped document the people, places, things and events as part of my work as a journalist in communities in Kentucky, North Carolina and Mississippi. Now, as a freelance writer and editor, I’m helping others in telling the stories about their loved ones.
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Michael’s descriptive style of writing took everyone on a journey from birth to the end.Janace Jones
Follow this creative journey
I’m currently at work on completing the first draft of my first novel. It’s been quite the process as I’ve learned a great deal not only about the craft of creative writing, but also gained new insight as to who I am as a person.
I encourage you to follow Michael’s Blog to read some of my favorite stories from the past, as well as some of the things I’m currently working on and various thoughts, musings, contemplations and diversions.
Some of my most recent posts …
A man chooses to stop drinking. What gets left behind, what is lost?
CLARKSDALE, MS – The man who had a hand in forming the first public cotton ginning operation in the Mississippi Delta and literally planted the idea for a farming enterprise that would become known nationwide passed away peacefully Saturday, July 7, 2018, at the age of 92. And while Bill Heaton may be known for … Continue reading “William Sutcliffe Heaton, Jr. (1925-2018)”
MORGANFIELD, Ky. – In a life that took him from the streets of Uniontown, Ky., to the jungles of Vietnam to towering construction projects along the Ohio River, and retirement days spent on the golf courses across the Southeastern United States, Fred Hite was as solid a man as the massive power plants he helped … Continue reading “Fred M. Hite (1943-2016)”
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Questions? Comments? Just want to say hello? I’d love to hear from you. Come find out more about just who is Michael Banks. And, once again, thanks for finding your way here to Michael Banks 360. I hope you enjoy your stay.