I must first confess that I have not been an avid reader throughout my life. However, in the past few years I have begun to read considerably more. I had always associated book writing with the folks who like to read them. Now, I find that I have written one and I am well into the writing of a second; what's next? The second manuscript has been so much more of an easier write; having already made ever mistake possible in the first endeavor!


In regards to favorite books; well, lets see, not having read the likes of the Library of Congress, I will have to give this some thought. The following books come to mind as far as having left a lasting impression.


Stranger in a Strange Land

by Robert A. Heinlein



by Henri Charrière


One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

by Ken Kesey



by Kurt Vonnegut


Soul on Ice

by Eldridge Cleaver.


Paradise Lost

by John Milton


And lastly my own composition:


Degar: The Life and Times of an

Degar: The Life and Times of an "Odd Duck" Vol. 1 Book 1 (11/3/2011)


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