In October of 1941, the coatless body of a prominent journalist is found lying in the snow beside a lonely road in the mountains of east Kentucky, over one hundred miles from his home. No one knows why he is there, or how he got there. Though the story is the biggest in the state that year, the mystery is never solved.
Thirty years later a letter from a dying Melungeon elder sets his son in search of answers he doesn’t want and gives Theo Clark a story he cannot write … a story of pride, ambition, retribution and justice – the story of the Dannans and Jesse Bristow.
Your son or daughter has just joined the school soccer team and there you are on a pleasant afternoon, standing around a grassy field, watching a lot of kids running back and forth kicking a ball and you are clueless to what they are doing.
Soccer, a Spectator’s Guide is for all those who find themselves at soccer games and are not entirely sure of what’s going on.
A must read for all parents with soccer players in their family. Coming soon to a bookstore near you or on Amazon.com
As a college professor within the CSU system, I have found WORDSMITHING to be a welcome textbook for instruction to writing for public relations. It is a living instrument for both entry level and seasoned professionals.
I am grateful that such a hands-on guide to writing has been conceived for both the corporate as well as academic arena. I am confident that anyone that purchases a copy of WORDSMITHING will equally find it as helpful to their professional development.