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I have made a living as a sculptor, musician, and contractor. I am the father of 4 wonderful children, who are all on their own now... :o)

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I want to thank all the good people I've met here. It's been an extremely enjoyable and unique experience! My book has been improved, and also, earned a medal, thanks to my awesome and amazing friends here on authonomy! So, here's to you... my deepest gratitude!

favourite books

The Bible-NAS & The message
Lord of the Rings: Tolkien (grew up with it.....)
The Shack: Young
The Fountainhead: Ayn Rand
Angels & Demons: Dan Brown
Walking on Water: L'Engle
The Cronicles of Thomas Covenant: Donaldson
Dune series: Frank Herbert
Dhalgren: Samuel R. Delany
Omnivore & Orn: Piers Anthony
Jurassic Park: Michael Crichton
Memoirs of a Geisha: Arthur Golden
When the Elephants Dance: Tess Uriza Holthe
Vampire series: Anne Rice
Being There: Jerzy Kosinski
Narcissus & Goldmund: Hesse
Watership Down: Richard Adams
The Once and Future King: T. H. White
The Foundation Trilogy: Azimov
The River World series: Philip Jose Farmer
Before Adam: Jack London
Angela's Ashes: McCourt
The World According to Garp: Irving
The Space Trilogy: C. S. Lewis
Screw Tape Letters: C. S. Lewis
The Great Divorce: C. s. Lewis
Crime and Pumishment: Dostoevski
Stranger in a Strange Land: Heinlein
Time enough for Love: Heinlein
Monkey wrench Gang: Edward Abbey
One Flew Over the Cuckoo"s Nest: Ken Kesey
Breakfast of Champions: Kurt Vonnegut
Anything by John Grisham
Go Dog Go: P. D. Eastman

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ISLES END: A Spiritual Thrille....

J. H. F. White

The town of Isles End is where Harry starts over, but a human cloning operation, a woman, and an old chest, create complications.

After a terrible loss, the remote town of Isles End seems a perfect place to start over, so Harry Turner relocates there and begins a small contracting business. While rebuilding a fire-damaged home, Harry finds a chest in the basement and is astonished when he discovers someone not quite human locked inside. The celestial being introduces himself as Narcissus. Over time, the angelic creature takes Harry on several experiences into the supernatural. Is his new friend real, or simply the product of his imagination and broken heart?


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I wrote 105 days ago

I thoroughly enjoyed reading Escape! The writing is great, paced well, has some very nice poetic moments, and is entertaining. Of course, what seasoned gentleman doesn't like the thought of being admired by a younger very attractive woman...? I want to see this book reach the desk!!! Top stars for t... view book

I wrote 159 days ago

BTW, regarding the review.... I like "moaned" better. Just sayin... ~Joe view book

I wrote 200 days ago

I've commented on this piece before, but had to come back and compliment the author again. This is a very well written piece and I only wish I could read more...! (hint, hint...) It's both romantic, and poetic....easy to get involved with, never boring. Great job, Valentine! This deserves to be in p... view book

I wrote 398 days ago

Stonebird: by J. L. Fontaine Any of the little things I have pointed out are purely to make suggestions on things that popped out at me while reading and are in no way, a reflection on my thoughts on the story or writing. Chapter 1: First, I like short chapters. :-) This is interesting, reminde... view book

I wrote 402 days ago

Doodlebug: by R. J. Aitch I think the original request, was for me to take a look at this work, regarding the potential overuse of "I", which I often see in first-person novels. Honestly, in the first chapter, I only see a couple places where it's repeated several times, but it still works. I've no... view book

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