The Smirk of God

  I didn’t have a job -a real job- for the longest time. I wasn’t lazy, really. I just didn’t know what I wanted to do. So I didn’t do much of anything.   All of Me – A collection of oral biographies On sale now

Funny Ha Ha

  Ronnie Benson, 88, is an old-time comedian. “Not vaudeville,” he says. “Just after that.” He still enjoys comedy but some of the ‘new stuff’ leaves him cold. “If I wanted cold I never would have moved to Florida,” he says.  All of Me – A collection of oral biographies On sale now https://www.amazon.com/dp/B083XQG3G5  

The Quaker in Me

Don Quayle, 47, is a man of faith. Sort of. He is not an ordained minister, but he does have a church. And a congregation.  According to Quayle, there is only thing missing: The Presence of God.    All of Me –   on Sale now

El Sueño Americano

Dora Explora (not her real name) and Dr. Sinclair Mahlon (his “American alias”) emigrated to the United States from Panama when they were in their early 20s. Although fully trained, Sinclair never found steady work as a doctor in America. At least not a legal doctor. All of Me – On Sale now  

Born Out of Wedlock

Maggie (no last name) does not accept the notion that she has had a hard life. It is just life, she says. Sometimes things are good and sometimes they are bad. You take whatever comes your way and that is that.  All of Me – On sale Now