I’m inching ahead on a novel. Here is some evidence: Author Introduction to a pre-publication draft of Discovering Beloit Stories Too Good to be True? This is a book of fiction with doses of fantasy. It focuses on what I hope could happen to Beloit, to baseball, to old men and women, to religion, to […]
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I am plugging along on my book called Discovering Belwah: Stories too good to be true? The end is starting to come into sight and hopefully it will be available as an eBook as well as in print format during 2013. In the meantime, here are some preview questions and comments: Who might read and enjoy […]
I am delighted by the book review that Debra DeHart-Jensen of the Beloit Daily News wrote on Tuesday, November 16 regarding my latest effort Discovering Lake Superior and the Western Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Most of the publicity and sales have been in the Western UP. The BDN and Debra have helped to spread the […]
Dear friends: This website is an attempt to share some of my activities, images and thoughts. Blatantly, I am pitching my latest non-academic books. Some of you are aware of them; others don’t even realize I do this sort of thing. In any event, I hope you take some time to explore this site. […]
This creature represents some real colorful feathered friends that I saw in Costa Rica.
A photo of a Porkies tree that looks like a dinosaur.
Paul’s Computer Institute I am a trustee of this school in Cameroon. It was founded by Paul Mickelson, a retired Beloit, Wisconsin Fire Fighter who entered the Peace Corps and became fascinated by and responsive to the needs of this West African country. Please consult the website to learn more about it.