MY LITERARY ART
TALES FROM THE UNDERBRUSH
Laced with sufficient hyperbole to entertain without enhancing the facts, “Tales from The Underbrush” recounts the frequently stumbling, bumbling but never boring adventures of a young geologist in the wilds of Northern Canada and South America during the mid-20th century.
MORE TALES FROM THE UNDERBRUSH
“MORE Tales From The Underbrush” continues the personal adventures that this time also take place within the underbrush of urban crime and corruption.
REFLECTIONS FROM A BROKEN MIRROR
“Be amusing: never tell unkind stories; above all, never tell long ones.”
“Reflections From A Broken Mirror” further pursues in short stories a long and varied life of the author as did his “Tales From The Underbrush” book series; but this time the adventures are not set in any particular wilderness area, unless referring to that region of the brain that supplies the values of good judgment, wisdom and maturity to the male gender during the latter’s coming-of-age, dawning manhood period of life. Those oxymorons aside, these reflections, largely from that era, mirror an extensive range of experiences that encompass an equally broad range of thematic settings. Common to all these chronicles is their objective to furnish entertainment and enjoyment for the reader.
“The herd may graze where it pleases or stampede where it pleases, but he who lives the adventurous life will remain unafraid when he finds himself alone.”
Raymond B. Fosdick
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