In the Spring of 2013, Jean Hanna Davis was diagnosed with breast cancer for the second time in 10 years. The first time, she was pregnant with her second child. This time, her daughter helped her through the process. Throughout it all, Jean’s mantra was “Keep on, Keeping on.”
This book includes interviews, stories, Facebook posts (to begin each chapter), essays written by Jean and private thoughts recorded in the evenings or on the way to her chemo appointments. While Jean is an upbeat and optimistic person, it isn’t all sunshine and roses. It is a real look at chemo and breast cancer. Learn more!
When the USS Huron went down off the coast of North Carolina in 1877, she took most of her crew with her and a mystery about why they were headed to Cuba in the first place. When a present-day storm uncovers a long-hidden portion of the wreck, including the captain’s lock box, international photojournalist Mike Scott and his friends dive on the wreck to find out more. Learn more!
River Town is a collection of short stories set in 1890s West Virginia. The combined work of six different authors, the tales range from adventure to romance, from intrigue to fantasy. Each story stands alone, yet together they take readers to a time along the Kanawha River just after the Civil War when families were still struggling to recover and before the railroad came through the mountains. The river was the center of everything.
The Withrow Key short story adventure series features revolves around small town life in the Florida Keys, diving, oceans, intrigue and adventure–with some weirdness thrown in. Check them out in the Short Fiction section.
Eric Douglas is an author, photographer, blogger and magazine writer who has had the good fortune of traveling the world scuba diving. He is now back where he started with a new perspective on life. Join him for the adventure!
With Kindle Match, you can get a Kindle copy of nearly every one of Eric’s books as an ebook when you buy the softcover!