What was it like to grow up as a Baby Boomer? A Baby Boomer in a small Western town? In a narrative style reminiscent of Robert Ruark, Mark Twain, and Gene Shepard, the author transports readers to a recent era just before the politics of greed and the frenetic explosion of technology irrevocably changed the world. Often funny, sometimes touching and ultimately uplifting, A Place to Cross the River allows readers a personal glimpse into the rural world of America during the period that spawned the Baby Boomer generation. Come along and share that “kinder, gentler time and place” through eyes that lived it first hand.More info →
In Coffee With Harvey two men, long-time friends and unrepentant curmudgeons, tackle topics ranging from national politics to interpersonal civility; from relationships to interior decorating. They’ve “been around the block” a time or two, so their opinions reflect more than a little expertise and experience.
These two get together over coffee regularly where there is always something on the table that has stirred Harvey’s passions. The result is repartee that is often both acerbic and affectionate and always entertaining.
Sometimes these two old warriors have rare and surprising insights into the workings of the world.
Readers will find themselves mulling over their own viewpoints as they read the words of these two opinionated rogues.More info →