This week The Freewheeling Freelancer resumes his ride along the great rivers of Europe with a detour away from the Danube through Lower Austria and the famous town of Eisenstadt. Come on over!
Next week, another short story from Joe Lockhart’s childhood. Enjoy!
NANCY LOCKHART BOLTED AWAKE. From Joe’s room, a tiny voice screamed. “Noooo! Daddee!”. As she ran down the hall, she heard his sobs in between more screams. Continue reading
Enemies, the second Lockhart novel, is ready. Those who read the advance draft and provide feedback receive acknowledgement in the book and a free copy (print or electronic: your choice). Here is the short description:
While violence continues in Italy and the USA, Sandra and Joe settle into their college lives in different cities. In Italy, a vicious public hate campaign targets Joe’s mother. Joe, having grown up in Italy, learns brutal lessons about American race relations. Sandra uncovers an international art forgery scheme. The two friends meet again in Rome and learn that they have a common enemy.
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For background short stories and a sample chapter of the first book click here.
This week The Freewheeling Freelancer concludes his ride across Southwestern Virginia on US-58. Come on over!
Next week, another sea story from my Navy days — if I don’t write another short story. Come back to find out!
HILDA PAISLEY rose when her name was called, and joined the line of graduating students below the stage. Like most of them, she wore a uniform under her gown. Almost all her “classmates” had travelled from somewhere else to Munich for this graduation ceremony. Continue reading