Ebooks of Short Stories For Your Enjoyment!
Don Wright Chief Writer Judy Daly Chief Editor Andy Lintner Chief Designer
I love writing. I love the swirl and swing of words as they tangle with human emotions.
Working with Don Wright has been a real experience, I too am retired, but I'm not telling my age! I worked 30 years for a NASA contractor in Houston. One of my responsibilities was to edit technical documents written by aerospace engineers. Editing these short stories is a far cry from editing technical documents, but so much more fun. Hope you enjoy reading Don's stories as much as I enjoyed editing them! Happy reading! Judy Daly Chief Editor
A Chinese proverb says: 'A picture is worth a thousand words';
To grasp that meaning is the goal of every book cover I create, to tell the essence of a story of a "thousand words" through one instant, frozen in time- a picture.
Inspired by this insight are those book covers of the great stories of my dear friend and author Don Wright, for whom it has been my pleasure designing those cover illustrations.
Andy Lintner - Chief Designer
The Haircut: Country Style
This is a humorous story about a small town barber that knew everyone and their "business" if you know what I mean. Pop Jenkins's shop was on his back porch and his barber chair was a #2 washtub and a chair. Pull out the tissue because you will laugh 'til you cry. An excellent short story. Enjoy!
Boy Did I Screw Up!
Terry and Kathy lived on a ranch in Texas. As brother and sister, they had their disagreements. This is one of those times! See what happens between the two of them when Terry’s ‘hot’ date turns into a night of torture for him
Fight or Die in Vietnam
Larry was a small-town boy who lived with his mom and dad and worked in the local grocery store. He was a dreamer and wanted to see the world. The military was a way to break away, but he couldn't bear to leave his mom. Fate stepped in and put him in the jaws of death. Will he survive?
The Perils of War
Sammy grew up on streets of Chicago, going nowhere. His real desire was to be someone his mom could be proud of. Without her support, encouragement and love, Sammy would not have made the breakaway. See how Sammy made the break and ended up in the jungles of Viet Nam and ultimately a visit to the White House.
The Perils of War Book 2
Jeff was injured in Vietnam and lost both his legs. His depression ran deep. He rejected everyone including his wife. This is the story of his struggle; what he went through mentally, physically, and emotionally to return to a normal productive life. He had the best help available from Dale and Sammy, their family and the staff at the VA hospital.
The Perils of War Book 3
Jeff was determined to fulfill the dream of restoring Sammy and Mama's old neighborhood to what it used to be. They would have to deal with gangs and the repercussions that come with crossing the gangs. It was not a fight for the weak! As Sammy told the neighborhood cops, “We won’t start anything with the gangs...But if they start it we will finish it I promise!”
The Road to Destruction
Troy and Donna were on the road to destruction and drugs were driving. Donna knew that it wasn't what she wanted but she couldn't give up Troy, and he wouldn't change. Will they survive!
Escape to Freedom
Daniel and Adina were on the run. The Nazis had invaded France and were rounding up Jews. Their only hope for escape was to get to Switzerland a neutral country. They were young, inexperienced, and Jewish. Each step was filled with uncertainty and danger. Will they escape the brutality of the Germans or will they become another figure in time?
Breaker 19 The Road Ahead
Dusty has been a truck driver for over 30 years. He has delivered loads from one end of the country to the other experiencing many adventures. He now invites you to sit in the passenger seat and ride along. Together you will go down the road ahead.