The things I’ve done, and the things I’ve started and failed to accomplish, is a list much too long to place here.
I’ve written a book called Seek Wisdom, Practice Kindness, which contains both a philosophy of life and an attempt to penetrate the inner workings of the human mind. I’ve compiled a book called The Magical World of Poetry, a collection of public domain poetry that includes many of the traditional favorites, and a few others I was fortunate enough to come across. Both books can be read for free on their respective websites, which are listed in my Links section.
I’ve also been blessed with two wonderful daughters, both of whom are generous enough to point out my flaws on a daily basis, just in case I should forget. For them I wrote a novel called Sasha and Samantha Save the World, which was a story I promised I’d write them when the oldest one was four. I get kidnapped, and they get to save me. The story includes magic, ghosts, aliens, the U.S. military, talking animals, a Meso-American god, Chinese dragons, European elves, and an army of poultry. It has humor and action, and my daughters loved it, and laughed out loud many times as I read it to them.