Genre: Young Adult/Teen Fiction
Glasgow in the 1960’s was a tough place to grow up.
Some might call me coward, but I’ve never felt the need to prove myself by swapping blows with somebody bigger than I am—or someone smaller, for that matter.
Catholics growing up in the 40's, 50's or 60's will relate to this priest's sense of justice.
It was an Indian Summer Thursday night in late September of 1968 as the unlikely pair of priests strolled casually around the Malloy High School campus reading their breviaries.
The deadliest hurricane in American history is swirling through the Gulf, a hurricane bearing a sinister name.
This is a story written on two levels. On the surface it is about greed and the evil that often resides in the human heart. On a higher level it is about the frailty of innocence.
Genre: True Crime
I remember dreading receiving that call for the first time – the one where someone has been shot.
How would I respond? Could I handle it? Would I be able to hold myself together while looking at the blood and gore and still be effective as a police officer?
Here’s a great unique new way to enjoy NASCAR and racing.
Poems like "In the Garages" show a great appreciation of the skill it takes to put together a winning team. “A Dozen Fan Poems,” catalogs the many ways those attending the races enjoy the experience.
How many of you want to write a book? Of course, almost everyone has a great idea for one good book. The problem is writing it.
An even bigger problem is getting it published. Today with digital technology and desktop publishing, many are opting to to self-publish. This is a cautionary tale for those choosing that option.
"Those musket balls must have gone through those deer like a load of grape-shot out of a cannon."
A long time ago when I was younger, I used to go to deer camp two or three times a season. Back then a lot of the Delta had not been logged, so there was a lot of the big woods left and a lot of deer.