Here you will find a collection of short stories taken from the very interesting life Bill has lived. Some stories are funny, and some are serious. You will become involved in the action, whether in a shootout on the streets of Jefferson County, Kentucky; a riot in the street in Belfry, Montana; wrestling a mountain lion on a mountain near Libby, Montana; being stranded in the tundra of Alaska; or recruiting Yellowstone grizzly bears to rid a campground of a motorcycle gang. You will experience a range of emotions from laughter to the seriousness of saving lives. You will feel the special bond formed between a man and a wild mustang, the excitement of mountain rescues, the challenges of law enforcement, and the dedication of family. Most of all, you will see Montana from the eyes of someone who is totally captivated by the beauty and mystique of this expansive country.
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Donald R. Curtis, a sixth generation Kentuckian and a student of its history for many years. He has authored many articles and his work has been featured in six books, including The Kentucky Encyclopedia, The Louisville Encyclopedia History, and the Kentucky Explorer Magazine. An avid genealogist, Don is retired and lives in Nicholasville, Kentucky with his wife, the former Deborah Carl of Sharpsburg, KY. They enjoy their five children and twelve grandchildren. When not writing Don enjoys traveling and is very active in the LDS Chruch.
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Carol Ann Haines is a freelance writer living in Southern California. She has been married for 41 years and has two grown sons. She has won awards for her short stories and is currently a contributing writer for San Diego Woman magazine.
Linda Givans, a retired nurse, who loved her work and the patients she cared for has found a new adventure that has become her next love. Writing storied that she shares with readers far and wide. Linda enjoys the feeling of recreating life stories with family, friends and, you, her loyal extended family. "These are my true stories vividly shared with warmth and gratitude" Linda says often. Looking forward to sharing more of her writing in future books with you, Linda asks you to take a walk back to a time when things were simpler and relive memories we all had growing up, and disappear into a great book.
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Kay Hamilton, raised in Battletown KY, is retired from the Meade County Board of Education. New to the writing craft, but a natural writer, Kay truly enjoys sharing stories, both handed down and her own experiences. Kay and her husband live on a small farm, adjoining the farmland where Kay was raised. They have two grown children, three handsome grandsons and one beautiful granddaughter. When Kay isn't writing or spending time with family, she enjoys the outdoors: gardening, fishing, hiking, bicycling, kayaking and running.
Anna Drury makes her debut as a Christian Fiction Author with Jacqueline’s Journey. Not new at the writing craft, Anna looks forward to sharing her writing prose with fellow Christians and readers far and wide. Anna lives in Brandenburg, in a log home that she helped her husband, the Bearhead, in Bearhead Publishing, build, with two very spoiled cats, “Bear & Trump”. Psycho, their beloved rescue cat, passed away July 2015. Trump is a well-loved, rescued, solid-black cat that was rescued the same day Psycho passed away.
By Shela Troutwine Bolus
Many people have told me they think my brother is a very interesting person, or maybe I should say, ‘Interesting Character.’ Coupled with the fact that he has a talent in the art of storytelling, as well as, great material from his true life experiences, I have asked him multiple times over many years to write down some of his experiences. He always replied that he didn’t know where to start. I even gave him a tape recorder and asked him to just start talking. Still no luck. And finally, this Christmas, I convinced him that writing about some of his adventures would be a great gift to his kids and grandkids. Somehow, that struck a chord with him, and he started “pumping” out the stories faster than I could read them.
In the following pages, you will find some of the stories he has chosen to share, ‘The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.’ Believe me, he could fill another book.
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