Posts Tagged ‘biography’

Take a musical journey

Tracking the musical journey of Bill Prince could keep a family of mapmakers busy for years. This master musician has traveled and performed in all 50 U.S. states and in 81 countries. He has walked the historic streets of Europe, the dirt pathways of South African villages, and sailed the read more…

“We Were Amateur Soldiers” an RPLA Finalist

It was a privilege to help Martin Olsen tell his life story, and share the legacy of a life well-lived with the reading public. We Were Amateur Soldiers: How the Great Generation Changed the Face of America is more than another WW II memoir. Marty’s life is a metaphor for how our nation met its read more…

Creating a literary legacy

After 15 years of telling lies for a living—writing novels and short stories—I’ve made a slight change of direction. Old Parker has always been a history buff, particularly reading about the heroic exploits and sacrifices of the brave young men who fought in World War II. So when Martin Olsen, a read more…