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Things truly are not as they seem ... This piece is written as a wake up call to all ... Read More
Poem author's note excerpt: " ... The above poem — not written to be beautiful, but to expose ugly facts of what our nation has become — is an alliteration, social/political protest, piece speaking out against corruption in America's corrupt political system (within both major parties), exhibited as an all… Read More
Have no doubt, I love America flaws, faults, and all that is not always pleasant to behold, face, or admit about a nation that continues to shine as a jewel among nations that are historically and admittedly more evil than our own. This piece speaks from my heart of those… Read More
Are you a Free Thinker? Do you ever endeavor to actually apply mentally derived effort towards thinking for yourself? Do you invest a bit of time and effort in researching, studying, and seeking after real truth, rather than the slop dished out to each of us on the evening news?… Read More
If it truly is Mankind who is causing the purported change in the Earth's climate that is dubbed as Climate Change (aka & alias: Global Warming), then, who or what is/was responsible for the end of the great Ice Age that Scientists tell us existed as the freezing state of… Read More
Part IV of the Watergate political series. As President Richard Milhous Nixon resigns, the ensuing drama of the political crimes from the Watergate break-in on June 17, 1972, shatters Americans faith in the Commander-In-Chief, as the Senate Watergate Committee resumes hearings into the matter in 1973 to 1974. The fourth… Read More
A Non-Fiction book about the history of Halloween. Read More
Welcome to Sorority Camp, where everyone wants to be your friend, or your enemy. For Becky Holder, it is the best time of her life, until she meets Patricia Anderson, the Head Sorority Girl, who wants her gone, at all costs. The first Young Adult Sorority Camp novel. Read More
New York, 1921. In the Roaring Twenties, eleven year old Edwina Morgan dies in an accident. As her family mourns her death, their house closes down. When another family takes over the house, Rachel Gordon, also twelve, arrives with her family. When she sees Edwina's ghost, her nerves are frayed… Read More
A Non-Fiction book about the American Civil Rights Movement in the 1960's. Read More
Book One of the rise and fall of President Richard M Nixon in the 1960's, and 1970's, in America. Read More
The coming Presidential Election may be more importantly decisive in regards the future of America than you think ... Read More

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quick read (less than 800 words): a story about a young boy and his nightmare; a commentary on the state of society. Read More

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It's 1939 in Parlor City in upstate New York and private investigator Mike Brady finds the rumblings in Europe are causing problems in his city. A missing husband, suspicious characters, and more keep Brady busy and looking over his shoulder. With his childhood friend, Jimmy Cronin, a Spanish Civil War… Read More

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We have a turn of event in the United States today that is setting the stage for eminent failure if something isn't done about it. The really sad part of this senario is that most Americans are not willing to look beyond their lusts, or for that matter, the end… Read More
A short story about hunting. Read More
A short examination of AO Hirschman’s thesis and its application to current events Read More
New York, 1980. A series of stories about New York in the 1980's. Read More
New York, 1967 In the height of the Vietnam War, and the Civil Rights Movement, Craig Harrison, a football player, experiences a heightened form of paranormal activity, that wreaks havoc for those who comes into contact with him, in the 1960's. Read More
New York, 1957. A look at America in the 1950's, when President Dwight Eisenhower was in charge of The White House, when the Manning family struggles to survive in the decade after the end of World War II. The new novel by Rob73. Read More
Dedicated to the soldiers who fought and died for the USA. Read More

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(Title and cover temporary.) Katherine is a spunky colonial girl who was orphaned. She was taken under the wing of Mrs. Marshall, the wife of a plantation owner. However, Mrs. Marshall's motives are anything but altruistic. As Katherine must dance between the intersecting webs of responsibility and happiness, where will… Read More
A short story of an old man who is sitting under his favorite tree during the summer in East Tennessee Read More
A silly poem about my American holiday Read More

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