November 29, 2015

My Reading List

I have been working on creating a reading list, one that I have mostly enjoyed in recent times. I thought I would share that with you. On the landing page, I introduced the reading list in this way: “This is my reading list. I have read, studied and/or research all of these publications. They come […]

Remembering Ski Jumping History

My brother Bob (in photo on the right) and I decided to collaborate on a book in which we recalled, from our own perspectives, the years we spent growing up and becoming ski jumpers. We felt it a good thing to assist in the preservation of history of a sport that, at least in most […]

A Book to Read; A Book to Give

I just finished reading Wolf: What’s to Misunderstand?. It is a book by Thomas K. Remington published in 2014. The book covers the history of wolves. It describes ancient references to wolves in European history and the early history of wolves as America was being settled by European farmers, ranchers and other rural settlers. It […]

Legend of Grey Ghost Second Edition Now Available on Amazon

My latest book, The Legend of Grey Ghost and Other Tales from the Maine Woods, second edition, is now available for purchase on Amazon. It should be available on Barnes and Noble within the next few days. Coming soon: Grey Ghost 2.0 and Other Tales Share

Early Orders for Second Edition Legend of Grey Ghost and Other Tales

My son and I are excited to announce the soon to be released Second Edition of The Legend of Grey Ghost and Other Tales From the Maine Woods. The book will be available for purchase soon on Amazon and other book sellers in paperback and electronic editions. A very popular first edition, prompted us to […]

Bank CEO Fears for Life Having Worked With CIA

BALTIMORE— Edwin “Ed” Hale Sr., a retired bank executive known locally for his sharp-elbowed approach to business, installed video surveillance on his 186-acre farm and still sleeps with a sawed-off shotgun by his bed. His friends, former employees and even his own daughters were shocked to learn in his recently published biography that he had […]

Costco to Sell “The Real Wolf” in Montana and Idaho

From Ted Lyon, coauthor of “The Real Wolf”: Costco Wholesale Corporation has ordered The Real Wolf for their warehouses located in the states of Montana and Idaho. This is great news as Costco sells more books in their stores than any other wholesale chain. The book has ONLY one week to perform in Costco’s warehouses. […]

Nobody in Their Right Mind Should Want to be an Innkeeper Now in Paperback

I book that I had written and published as a e-book about a year or so ago, is now available for readers in paperback form from Amazon. I will have a stock of my own to sell and ship but for right now please take advantage of 10% off at Amazon. Share

Gorby Falling Down on the Job?

Earlier I posted some history from a book called “Away From it All” by Dorothy Boone Kidney. In that post it was about attacks on humans by bears and the history of the Lock Dam on Chamberlain Lake in the Allagash of Northern Maine. The same friend who sent that information also sent me a […]

Book: “Away From it All”…..and into the Middle of Bear Attacks

In a continued effort to dispel the false security perpetuated by wild animal predator lovers that black bears “rarely” bother or attack humans, I’ve put together some bits of history that relates black bear events of attacks on humans, along with some history of northern Maine, the building of dams for the logging industry and […]