Caldera takes the reader on an adventurous journey into the heart 0f Mexico where ancient mysteries and modern politics collide.
In a compelling story of mystery, personal discovery, and... More > adventure, Kate McKenzie travels to meet her husband at an archeological dig in Chiapas, Mexico, along with two graduate students bringing and old Land Rover to the site. The action takes place in the early 1980's and plays against the turbulent life of the times with oil shortages, Iranian hostages and the after effects of the Vietnam war. Personal change, discovery and the rights of indigenous people are all themes in the novel as Kate finds herself in a place where certainties are thrown into question and the fate of her marriage becomes linked with native Mayan peoples inhabiting an ancient land.< Less
Max is about to be drafted into the Vietnam War when, over his objection, his overbearing father hires radical Francie to assist Max in the family business. Her strong desire to be part of the family... More > puts off Max, but he and Francie fall in love. His growing opposition to the war eliminates any possibility he will submit to the draft. When the pressure mounts, he and Francie contend with ways to make peace, love, and music--and arrive at very different solutions.< Less
The Elephant's Den is a flash-fiction blog. A collection short fiction, short-short fiction, poetry, and other unique forms of prose and written expression by writers, friends of writers, and anyone... More > else who would like to contribute. "The Elephant's Den: VOL I" is the first printed collection.
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Cherokee Heart : Legends, Myths and Stories
Under the traditional law the tales and stories in this book could only be told to the Tsalagi (The People) or other native Americans: you would have to... More > have a invitation to participate in this ritual. You are invited to join my great ancestor Morning Nananoah and I as she weaves tales that has been passed down from generations to generation.< Less