It' s easy to navigate through this website by left clicking & scrolling with your mouse.
There are only two (2) HEADINGS for my website.
These are 1. NON-FICTION STORIES & 2. FICTION STORIES.
At the top of this page, in a red banner across the page, are the Non- Fiction Stories & Fiction Stories buttons.
If you left click the FICTION STORIES button (about an inch ABOVE my head in the photo), you'll discover short stories like “Zeak Nelson, The Banjo Man,” which won 1st place in the State of Oklahoma “Nostalgia” writing contest in 2006, and what I consider my best short story, “Harry the Horse,” which won only 2nd place in a regional short-fiction contest & was published in a paperback, “Voices of the Heartland in 2005,” the 1st of 2 of my stories published in paperbacks.. You'll also find several of my novellas when you click the FICTION STORY button & scroll down with your mouse.
Fiction stories are grouped together by length (EXAMPLE: Under 500 words, Under 1,000 words, Under 2,000 words etc.) Additionally, the MAURY novel consists of 3 Novellas, Book 1, 2, 3. My INSPECTOR SOUFFLE Novella consists of 42 chapters A Novella (AKA short novel) consists of about 48,000 words. Hemingway's Novella, "The Old Man and The Sea" won a Pulitzer Prize in 1953 & a Nobel Prize in 1954. (If you're interested, a typical novel is about 85,000 words.)
Non-Fiction Stories are grouped by subject or Subhead, as described, below.
If you left click the NON-FICTION STORIES button (also an inch ABOVE my head ), you'll find answers to many of your health questions when you click any of the 19 Subheads including AGING, CANCER, DEMENTIA, Your IMMUNE SYSTEM, POLITICS, TOXINS, HEALTH & many more. After you read a story, scroll down (with your mouse) to read another story under that Subhead.
If you left click the MISCELLANEOUS subhead in Non Fiction Stories, you'll learn about the most fascinating woman of WWII, Cornelia Fort, in “Cornelia was One in a Million.”
The first HEALTH non-Fiction story is about Elvis.
About seven (7) of my non-fiction articles on business or personal experience have been published in a book, magazine or in a literary publication. “Expressions” was the literary publication that published my true story, “Rosie,” circa 1998, in its final edition, If I can ever figure out how to copy & paste it from a publication,, I'll post it here.
Betty used to kid me that it was my story that caused the publication to go belly-up. The only thing that bothered me was that I had just paid $12 for a one-year subscription! My philosophy was that any publication smart enough to publish my stories deserved to have me as a subscriber. :)
The more you click & Scroll, the more interesting stuff you'll find, here, on this website.
Hope you enjoy the stories. If you don't, you get your money back, no questions asked. :)
Every week or so, I plan to post more new NON-FICTION stories, so visit often. Periodically, I'll post new Fiction stories. I"m 88 (in March 2020) & plan to stick around downloading new stories for as long as the spell-checker on my computer is still operating. Whenever a subhead is 100% full, like "Disease" is now, I'll post "Disease" stories in the Non-Fiction subhead "Toxins." If you're looking for a handgun law review, the Castle Doctrine & related laws are discussed in the 22nd Miscellaneous story in the Non-Fiction section.
Best wishes for your good health in the future, Hope that the information from this website enables you, & those you love, to live a long & healthy life Have a healthy & happy new year!.
FROM: Art, with Love.