Monday, October 5, 2015

Grand Canyon Caverns

HIKING into the canyon is one thing but exploring the vast networks of mining tunnels and caverns is something quite unique. I was fortunate enough to hook up with a group of geologists on my solo into the canyon. Their guidance and knowledge in leading into the underworld inspired the use of these elements in the novel 'HAVASUPAI', I hope everyone enjoys.

These were not the caverns I enter but offer a sampling of what I encountered. The areas I entered were self guided, off the beaten path.

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Grand Canyon Caverns
Grand Canyon Caverns
Location, contact and tour information. Includes 45 minute tour with elevator entrance. On Route 66 near Seligman.
Grand Canyon Caverns - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Because of the lack of water, stalagmites and stalactites are rare in the caverns. Air comes into the caverns from the Grand Canyon through 60 miles (97 km) of ...

Saturday, October 3, 2015

Chester, a truly brave knight and inspiration.

A Brave Knight- Chester

He was there, every Wednesday and Saturday morning during the fall. He arrived at 6:30 a.m. and stayed until all of the goods were sold, or until market ended at 12 noon. He dispensed smiles and jokes, enquiring after the welfare of everyone. The customers may have been distracted, or arguing, or simply self-centered. But most responded, and they were the fortunate ones. They saw that his smile extended into his bright blue eyes. They returned weekly, after they discovered that his cider was delicious. He had a secret recipe, and the fruit that went into his cider was always clean. Why did he always choose to be such a positive force in his little sphere of influence? He knew that whether he chose to be positive or negative, he was going to be in constant pain, and have constant impediments in every aspect of his life. Being negative could not change the fact that he was paralyzed, a paraplegic. Being positive maintained the fact that he made a difference in his world. He was a brave knight as he faced his opponent- the struggle of daily life.

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

October 10th book signing at Shenango Valley Mall

Only 4 more days, we are so excited. It will be so muuch fun seeing everyone.

Book signing in October

If you bought a book on
bring it with you and we'll sign it

or buy one at the mall.

Let's have fun!!!!!

October 10, 2015
                     Literary fiction novel

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

"Havasupai', literary fiction novel staged in the Grand Canyon.

             A trek to redemption by two wounded warriors, available at for $7.99.

We suffer the consequence of choices made in our youth, many times we are not even aware that our current situation is the result of an earlier misstep. It takes an ah-ha moment that most fail to find. Like the song says "in the desert you can remember your name......."

Psychological journey into the wounded hearts of men. Cultural, spiritual and generational conflicts drive this story.

It does not contain graffic violence or gratuitous subject matter.
A thought-provoking work, metaphorically presented.

Beware the Dragonfly
Do you dare take the trek?

Brave Knight

Brave Knight
A Brave Knight I painted

Brave Knight

Brave Knight
A Brave knight I painted

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