I've been working hard on the latest Wolf book, which is tentatively called The Pack.
The premise is that Wolf and Lauren are days from marriage, the reception tent has been erected on the front meadow, friends and relatives are in town, Rachette is masterminding bachelor activities, and Wolf's world is generally steeped in anticipation.
John William Carson was born on October 23, 1925, in Corning, Iowa, to Homer Lloyd "Kit" Carson (1899–1983), a power company manager, and Ruth Elizabeth (Hook) Carson (1901–1985), who was of Irish descent.
He grew up in the nearby towns of Avoca, Clarinda, and Red Oak in southwest Iowa before moving to Norfolk, Nebraska at the age of eight.
But when she wakes, she can't remember what happened to her, or why she is 1,200 miles from her new Seattle field office. The Peter Blake Series Book: A month or so back I closed the file on that one, threw the computer against the wall, gave it a flying elbow drop, dusted it off, opened up a new file, and have been working on "The Pack" ever since. Audio Books: I now have 6 audio books fully produced and for sale.
He was inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame in 1987.
(Simon interviewed Carson for the Paley Center’s Jack Benny exhibition in 1991.) “There was something about Carson that he would find exactly where the conversation sparked, where he could interact, where he could say that great retort or give that great Benny-esque double take.
Those five years of practice really made him as host of He was helped by the extraordinary musicians he had on the show—which broadcast one of Barbra Streisand’s first television appearances, and Judy Garland’s last.
Carson was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1992 and received a Kennedy Center Honor in 1993.
Although his show was already successful by the end of the 1960s, it was during the 1970s Carson became an American icon and remained so even after his retirement in 1992.