Rite of Passage is an engaging, sometimes fun-sometimes serious invitation for anyone over fifty to rekindle their own steps from innocent youth to not-so innocent young adult: emancipation, summer camp, best buddies, college capers, some “firsts” not to be mentioned here, and a few situations that might set the hair up on the back of one’s neck.
Tommy Mackin’s Vow celebrates life’s messy bumptious wonders. With cracking prose and stylistic verve, Wilcox writes a sleek story about enduring family love, the consequences of one’s actions, and how dreams for the future are conjured from hope’s insistent push into the wild and fragile present.
During the Great Migration a unique group of African Americans journeyed to Paris. They included adventurers, writers, activists, unsung heroes, and artists. This book seeks to document the experiences of each migration period and link them with respect to motives and outcome experiences.
Forty thousand years ago Asian nomads came to America across the Bering Strait Land Bridge. Some believe that they were followed by a very large omnivore/scavenger that is colloquially called Bigfoot. But what few people know is that there was another. A carnivore designed to hunt Bigfoots.
Most soldiers like Jon learned to keep his mouth shut and silently toast his fallen comrades once a year at the dinner table, or maybe even manage to slip away and journey to the nearest local veteran's cemetery on Memorial Day to see all of those tiny American flags lined up dress right dress, waving row upon row across the grassy manicured fields.
Dan's Western novel is a historical fiction loaded with real and fictional characters along with bona fide historical places of the Old West. It is centered on an ever-developing story line, which combines adventure, mystery, villains and heroes in a clash between the creativity of the daring and the courage of the audacious.