Vengeance is Mine: Resurrections

“The Law of Moses,” and “A Higher Calling” were finished.  Sam had learned to live with himself and with others.  He had, in essence, became human again.  He had learned acceptance and forgiveness.  He still had one more step to make.  He had to make peace with God. The...

Kellynch: A Fan Fiction Sequel

Once upon a time, there was a movie titled The Jane Austen Book Club.  As you would expect it was the story of a group of people who got together to read the novels of Miss Austen.  After watching the movie, I thought that would be a good idea,...

A Higher Calling: Laura’s Tale

As I told you before, I thought of “Moses” as a stand-alone novel.  Things don’t always work out the way I think they will.  C. S. Lewis said, when he was talking about writing, that he never actually wrote a book, instead, “it’s rather like taking dictation.  I was...

The Ghost in the Mini Skirt

“The Law of Moses” was a difficult book to write.  I had carried the story inside me for a number of years and in truth, I wrote the first two books preparing for Moses.  After it was finished, I spent several weeks fearing I had messed it up.  I...

The Law Of Moses: Sam’s Story

I’ve never been in combat, but I served with several men who were.  Viet Nam was over and the country was ready to move forward.  Only some of our vets couldn’t.  Even years later, many of the men I knew tried hard to drink themselves to death.  Some of...

A Long Walk Home

The reception received by “Dear Emma” left me feeling intoxicated.  I had done it.  I had written a book and even though I did it myself, the work was published.  Many looked down their noses at self-published authors, but the sense of accomplishment I received when a reader would...

Dear Emma

I’ve heard it said each of us has a book in them.  I hope that is true because writing has become truly my passion.  Hemingway warned us that if writing becomes our addiction, only death itself can save us.  Since I plan to live for several more years, I hope to have many...

Girls and Horses

Check this out:  There is a saying about a boy and his dog.  I don’t know where it came from nor do know the first person to say it.  Maybe it started as recently as the movie Old Yeller.  You saw Old Yeller, didn’t you?  The story of a...

Hell In The Miller’s Cornfield

This time of the year, this week, in fact, I can’t stop myself from thinking back and remembering the hell that we found in Miller’s cornfield. We were just boys, or I guess most of us were boys. Even those that were full grown was innocent. Innocent of what they made us do in...

Louva

CW, Here’s a view of the world from the Captain’s chair on the top of a horse.  Many, myself included, will tell you it is by far the best seat in the house.  This is a photo of Louva’s first trail ride, and let me tell you, she did...