An Example of A Gripping Short Story 1949

Death of a Racehorse by W.C. Heinz –¬†Published in The Sun, July 29, 1949 They were going to the post for the sixth race at Jamaica, two-year olds, some making their first starts, to go five and a half furlongs for a purse of four thousand dollars. They were moving slowly down the backstretch toward…

A Novel

So, I write. So, I travel. Is my writing a travel guide? No, it is not. I love to write fiction stories or shall I say novels. However, I must admit, I take my time. My first novel revolves around a German adoption in 1958, state department families, deceptions and hidden gems. The story takes…

In the mood for travel?

I’m a big fan of Mike & Anne Howard. These two young people have a fabulous life plan which involves full-time economic travel. The link here shows their trip to Sintra, Portugal. I’ve been there and it’s a jewel of a spot, quite magical actually. It’s a short train away from the center of Lisbon.…