Death by cell phone
This is a short story I wrote for Writer's Digest. It portrays the irony and pitfalls of real life in the 21st century. I'll warn you, though, the ending is a mystery, and it has been interpreted many different ways. Tell me what you think. Of course, first you have to click here.
The Lonely Conch Shell
I stretched my poetic muscles to create this happy children's story, a gift to my son's oldest child, Hailey. She's a teenager now and still asks me when she comes to visit if we can go to Hailey's Beach. To better understand, you just have to click here.
VIDEO for Run Like the Wind, CLICK HERE
The Grandfather Clock
I wrote this lively adventure as a Christmas gift for my grandchildren, Hailey and Hayden, a few years back. It's about two rascally youngsters who discover magic inside an ancient grandfather clock. Just click here.
RUN LIKE THE WIND
RUN TO DANGER
WOLF PACT: THE NEW ORDER
WOLF PACT: ESCAPE FROM CAPTIVITY
SARE: A HERO'S STORY
ACT OF KINDNESS
COCKTALES & SMILES
Cocktales and Smiles
This is an anthology of erotic shorts stories, written by men and women who are all 50 years older. It is for adult readers only. For a sample,CLICK HERE
Wolf Pact: Escape from Captivity
In Book 2, the Cossiby clan comes to the rescue of two orphaned children. Then, they find themselves the target of a madman To read a sample,CLICK HERE.
SARA: A Hero's Story
This novel provides a chronological journey through the the Pacific War following the bombing of Pearl Harbor. To read Chapter 1, CLICK HERE
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The Yellow Light
On a cold winter's night in Wisconsin, a robbery goes bad and changes two people's lives forever. You're going to love this short story. Click here
Short stories & stuff
Wolf Pact: The New Order
The first book in the Wolf Pact saga was published in 2011. It follows the exploits of a shape-shifting clan, known as the Cossibye. To read Chapter 1, CLICK HERE.
Run to Danger
A year after being befriended by an outfit from the Circle H Ranch, young Gus McIntyre has found a home. When he heads out to round up strays, he
gets a little more than he bargained for. He
confronts rustlers, Apaches and his own fears.
For a sample, CLICK HERE
A Dreamer's Dream
This is my favorite poem, aside from William Ernest Henley's Invictus. Unfortunately, I have no idea who the author is. If you do, let me know. But first, click here.
This is just a tiny little story that made me laugh when it was finished. I sure hope you laugh, too. It won't take but five minutes to read. Do you know what you have to do by now? Yeah, click here.
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I'm working to expand availability at all sites. Be patient; I'm almost there.
Two Baby Boomers meet online and go on a spiritual journey to discover the depth of their love. It is an erotic fantasy for adults only. For a sample,CLICK HERE.