By the time I was eight years old I had hunted bear with bow and arrow, ridden across the open plains upon magnificent horses, and hacked my way through lion infested jungles. By the time I was ten years old, distant lands were no longer foreign and the world had become my playground. All this and more I accomplished solely through reading without ever leaving my home. As a kid, books were my escape from a quarreling family and chaotic life. It wasn’t until later that I realized how my early love of reading had paved the way for my achievements in adulthood.
Some folks are having some trouble finding their ASIN number on Amazon. It is usually but not always your 10 digit (without dashes) ISBN number. You can find it in the URL of your book's Amazon page. See the highlighted part of the picture where the red arrow is pointing.
Recently, I had the joy of turning 61. Now, instead of feeling that life is creeping away, I feel like I am up for a new adventure.
My son will soon be off to Afghanistan. While he is gone, I plan to stay busy with a project for Military Writers Society of America. I am researching a nonfiction book that I'll let you know more about before long. Stop by and keep in touch!