Archive for the Blog Category

And That’s When I Decided to Play a Little Game with Him

And That’s When I Decided to Play a Little Game with Him

I have probably ghost written a hundred books or more. Several years ago I ghosted “Thin for Life.” a diet book for the Director of the Duke University Diet. I attended the program as one of the patients, and only Dr. Richard Stulke knew my real purpose […]

Read more

Reflections

I have this picture, “Reflections” on the wall behind my desk. I wanted to share with you…. not the picture, but the moving words written by Patrick Camunes, There are 23 names on this wall that I knew….but I want to share one with you. I had […]

Read more

“I’ve got a letter from your mama”

“I’ve got a letter from your mama”

When I went to Ft. Rucker, AL in 1956, it was actually my second time there. My Dad had been stationed there for a while during WWII before he went overseas, and we had followed him there. I went to grade school in Ozark, AL during that […]

Read more

It was Christmas Eve of 1960

I have shared this story with you before, but it is a Christmas story, and we all know that Christmas stories, such as A CHRISTMAS CAROL, A WONDERFUL LIFE, MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET, and even CHARLEY BROWN’S CHRISTMAS are told and retold every Christmas. I make no […]

Read more

A Story Behind The Valkyrie Mandate

A Story Behind The Valkyrie Mandate

Mr. Mot was one of the Vietnamese civilians who worked for me when I was Chief of the 110th Open Storage Depot, in Saigon. We were driving down Tru Minh Ky, and had to stop at Railroad Crossing Number Six to allow the train to pass. Waiting […]

Read more

Those with whom we served will never grow old

Those with whom we served will never grow old

My latest book on kindle is THE QUICK AND THE DEAD, a novel of the Vietnam war, covering all aspects of the entire war, from the assassination of Diem, until the last American came home. We didn’t have PTSD when we came back from Vietnam.  Well, that’s […]

Read more

Cold War

Cold War

Cold war is the latest in my series of novels about the 20th century…one book dedicated to each decade. This is about the fifties…. one of my personal favorite of the series, because this was MY decade. I graduated from high school in 1955…. right in the […]

Read more

This was a little like going to a basketball game, the other team doesn’t show up, and you still lose.

This was a little like going to a basketball game, the other team doesn’t show up, and you still lose.

“Simon and Schuster is submitting THE VALKYRIE MANDATE for a Pulitzer,” Jay Garon, my agent, told me. “I’m throwing a party in your honor, can you come to New York?” At the time of this phone call, I was on active duty in the army, stationed at […]

Read more

When Honor Dies

Here is the cover photo…. and the prologue of WHEN HONOR DIES. It is a story of two young men who meet during the war, (WWI) and become fast friends. BUT one is from a family of police, and the other is from a Mafia family. Can […]

Read more

Glory Dust

Glory Dust

I’m pleased to announce that my book GLORY DUST is being reprinted as a Kindle Book by WOLFPACK PUBLISHING. There is a rather interesting story as to how GLORY DUST came about. I put this on Facebook a few years ago, but thought I would post it […]

Read more
Page 3 of 512345

Newsletter Subscribe

We respect your email privacy

Latest Posts