Cash Me Out: Life and Death in Paradise’s Blurb

~What vile act would force you to take the law into your own hands?~ Staring out at the sunset. Water ebbing, and flowing over his feet. John Gabriel Warden finally felt content. He found paradise. Not only did he find paradise, but he bought a house and bar on it. Things couldn't get any better … Continue reading Cash Me Out: Life and Death in Paradise’s Blurb

All In: The Globe Trot Shuffle’s Blurb

~What lines would you cross to make your dreams come true?~ Out of breath. Blood dripping from his helmet... John Gabriel Warden is faced with a moral and ethical dilemma. Standing in the middle of a dimly lit kitchen, Warden happens upon a discovery that will change his life, and the lives of his teammates … Continue reading All In: The Globe Trot Shuffle’s Blurb

Quick thought on Common Core

Everyone by now should know what Common Core is, and what it's about.  They are basically trying to standardize English Language Arts and Math across all 50 States.  Some love it, some hate it.  I'm not an expert on it, and I do not speak with authority on the subject.  I don't know why they're … Continue reading Quick thought on Common Core

Author & Book Facebook pages

Here are the links to my Author and book pages on Facebook.  You can like the pages to follow updates on Facebook Author Page All In: The Globe Trot Shuffle Cash Me Out: Life and Death in Paradise Run The Table: Operation Intense Freedom The Buildup to Operation Intense Freedom   … Continue reading Author & Book Facebook pages

When are you an Author?

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary's definition of Author is  One that originates or creates The writer of a literary work (a book) The simple definition is someone who has written something, especially someone who has written books or many books.  I didn't copy and paste so I may have missed something, but you get the idea. I … Continue reading When are you an Author?

After School Activities

After school activities, or extracurricular activities are important.  My wife and I were not as lucky as our kids are today.  We didn't have the opportunities that our kids have.  This was partly due to lack of funds, parents had to work, and lack of activities offered in our areas.  Now that we are adults, … Continue reading After School Activities

Civic Sense of Duty

How do we breed a civic sense of duty in our future generations?  Right now, I believe that there is a mutual distrust between younger generations, and the government.  Both feel like the other doesn't appreciate each other.  We let horrible past situations shape our future interactions with each other.  I believe we need to take … Continue reading Civic Sense of Duty

Thoughts on Two Party Politics

These are just a few of my thoughts on politics.  In all honesty, my views and opinions are subject to change over time.  I don't have a one track mindset.  I'm constantly learning, and having new experiences that help shape my outlook. Politics shape our lives from the day we were born, until the day … Continue reading Thoughts on Two Party Politics