I am a storyteller. Fortunately, that’s what I get paid to do.

Currently seeking literary agent, commercial fiction, modern fantasy, mystery.

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Books, Games, News, and Business Writing

Fantasy / Steampunk Novel Series

Epic Fantasy Novels and RPG

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From Watermelon Inspector to the White House

Born in rural Georgia in 1929, Henry Spencer Faircloth’s distinguished 24-year career in the United States Air Force would take him a long way from his roots working as a soda jerk in his dad’s drugstore. 

Working several jobs, including watermelon inspector, to put himself through college, Spencer enlisted in the USAF as a Basic Airman in 1950. After completing OCS, he was commissioned as an officer and began a career that would include post-war rebuilding efforts in Europe, training airmen on two continents to help win the Space Race and writing letters for Presidents Johnson and Nixon. Faircloth’s distinguished military career would culminate in a Presidential appointment as Executive Director of President Nixon’s Jobs For Veterans Committee.

Along the way, Spencer married the woman of his dreams, Mary, who would be his best buddy and boon companion for 52 years.

“From Watermelon Inspector to the White House is a ticket on a time machine with stops at many of the most important moments of the 20th Century … and a fresh, first-hand perspective on the people and events that shaped the American Century.”  Beacon Reviews

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Writing Tips

Was This Really News This Week (July 15, 2019)

Was This Really News This Week (July 15, 2019)

Time for another installment of The Week That Was, in which we wish were making up more of this than we actually are. In NATIONAL News: as they have on so many previous July 4ths, the nation’s farmers showed up strong, managing to effectively deter all the...

Was This Really News This Week (July 8, 2019)

Was This Really News This Week (July 8, 2019)

Back from vacation. Let’s check the news: In weather: California took a break from constant fires to try some earthquakes. Scary stuff. Hope everyone is okay. Meanwhile, there’s a developing storm system in the Gulf that decided to skip the summer road...

Rainbow Springs State Park

Rainbow Springs State Park

People have been returning to what is now Rainbow Springs State Park for 10,000 years. One trip and it’s easy to see why. You could put a picture of the park in the dictionary next to “idyllic” and no one could argue. To say this nearly 1500-acre natural...

Henderson Beach State Park

Henderson Beach State Park

Destin, Florida, on the northern end of the Gulf of Mexico in Florida’s Panhandle, is a haven for vacationers looking for exciting water sports and family fun. And, if you would rather slow it down and relax your days away, there is no better spot in...

Help! I’m a Creative Writer

Help! I’m a Creative Writer

“I want to be a creative writer, but I need creative writing help.” I hear some version of that phrase at least once a week — often spoken as a whispered lament, as if asking for creative writing help was somehow shameful. It’s definitely not, and I would...

Writer & Editor: The Perfect Team

Writer & Editor: The Perfect Team

I work with some terrific editors who understand the subtle difference between directing a writer and correcting their work. Both are important; and both are vital to a successful story. But the secret to that success lies in understanding when and where...

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