From the Author
- Three years in the writing and three major re-writes while working on my College Graduate Certificate from the elite School for Writers at Humber College in Toronto... Then two more re-writes...
- This, of all my books thus far, is a labor of love--my baby. Imperfect as it is, highly offensive to some becasue of the raw realism and street language, it is nevertheless a strongly moral work, dealing with war and the lies that the makers of war tell to citizens and the effect this has on the whole of society.
- Danny is instantly likable to some--even lovable-- but others see him as arroagant and ignornat. I guess Danny is all those things. Most of us are more than one person inside, but choose to only show our good side to the world and to ourselves.
- My most experinced and literate reviewer commented that this book starts off slowly, but picks up stream. I don't notice that, but if you do notice it is slow when you begin reading it, persevere; it only gets better.
About the Author
is a renowned master photographer-turned-writer. He holds a BA from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, and an Ontario College Graduate Certificate from the elite Creative Writing program at Humber College in Toronto, Canada, where he won the only merit-based scholarship in his term. The author of two novels, two novellas and two non-fiction books, he lives in a cabin in rural Canada with his Gordon Setter dog, Rascal.