Current Writing Projects

Ellington Owl's Awesome Birthday

This Short Story is currently available for free download as an e-book!
This is a kid safe short story that is light, charming, and intended for grown-ups, too. I tried to emulate the charm of The House At Pooh Corner and the adventure of Stuart Little. The story contains my own rudimentary drawings.
This Free Story is a prelude to a book entitled: The Voyage of Captain Reginald P. Lizard And His Amazing Crew.

The Voyage of Captain Reginald P. Lizard And His Amazing Crew

In this second story, our five friends find a treasure map! There is only one thing that can be done: embark on a voyage by sea!



Reginald P. Lizard - A Day At The Beach

In this third book of the series, our five friends spend a day at the beach. They meet many interesting characters, fly kites, meet a ghost, and drink Turkish coffee!



Gertrude

This Short Story is currently available for free download as a PDF!
An assassination takes an unexpected turn that forces the killer to rely upon wits, training, weapon, and faith to avert her capture.
The unseen William, who provides advanced preparations for the hit, never makes mistakes. In the earliest hours of morning, the assassin courses through a hotel toward the mark playing a game with the unseen William. She actually hopes that William will mess up—just once—to take him down a notch. A locked door grants this wish, but now she faces a much more dangerous game.

Past Writing Projects

Several of the following articles/trip reports have been published in either the Texas Caver Magazine or the Desert Caver.

About the Author

I've always been fond of the written word, but I never really considered it seriously until recently. My first thought was to write coffee table books because I rather like them, and I felt the blending of photography and writing was just the creative outlet I had been seeking. That is where I got the idea for Mojave Memories.

I sort of fell into another writing venue when a friend sent me several sketches of lizards. At first, I simply wanted to throw together a few paragraphs that were fun and would lend themselves to the fun drawings. Eventually it grew to something larger.

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