A World I Once Knew

  A World I Once Knew  An Informal Thesis Behind those stern faces in the faded picture above, there is a stoic acknowledgement of the times in which my Mama and Papa lived. Behind their stern expressions there are compassion and love. They likely didn’t know too much about cameras and picture-taking back then.   […]

LAUNCH

LAUNCH A BOOK YOU WON’T FORGET! ROMANCE – TIME TRAVEL – SUSPENSE CLOUD DANCER is now available in book form on https://www.createspace.com/6494175 , on Amazon at https://goo.gl/wdnWmQ , and on Kindle ASIN: B01KMOC1NM – Later today or tomorrow. “It is my humble opinion that this is a great read!” Billy Ray Chitwood – August 18, […]

Cloud Dancer – Another Pre-Pub Visit

Cloud Dancer – Another Pre-Pub Visit Finishing up proofreading and editing, I thought the cover for the novel should be introduced…hope you like it! Plus, I’m including the back matter of the cover for just a small sense of the novel’s subject matter. Blake Fielding is on a Phoenix, AZ freeway when clipped by a […]

Cloud Dancer

Cloud Dancer That’s the title of my newest book – the one I’m finishing as soon as I write this post. The cover is being created in the next few days – not the image above, but one I think the readers will like. Why Cloud Dancer? Sounds a bit American Indian-like, does it not? […]

Spring and Summer

Spring and Summer The boys are playing baseball – a rite of Spring, synonymous with Mom’s apple pie and Pop’s homemade vanilla ice cream. The girls are wearing their tank tops and cut-off jeans, strutting model-straight as they pass the boys in school hallways all across the country…getting close to bikini time and raging hormones. […]

A Speck of Dust

A Speck of Dust In the Aeonic repetition Of night enveloping day, A tiny universal speck Of dust contemplates The great mystery of Endless orbits and Infinity… The insanity of war and Fragile unstable peace… The beauty of a sunrise, Sunset, love’s wondrous Bliss confused by anomalous Inanity… The speck of dust mingles With all […]

You Are Home

You Are Home Time and again the thunder ball rolled through the gray cloud cluster that covered the world. Streaks of lightning pierced the darkening sky. Winds raced fifty miles an hour, creating ominous whistle sounds. Flashes of light and fire came with a sharp crack as trees were targeted by the storm. Then the […]