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Follow the Sun by E. V. Pete Hester Follow the Sun By E. V. Pete Hester Copyright Pending 2015     Foreword Butch Madison told this story to me several years ago and swore that everything he told was true and...

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J. I. Hall, Jr.....A Western Novel by E. V. Pete Hester This is my latest novel and it is not in a good format for reading, however, it is readable. I enjoyed writing this book and I had problems finding a publisher....so, what the heck, I wrote it just for...

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Confederates move to Brazil...John W. and Lisanna Brownlow... Otis Vaughn is interested in locating members of the Brownlow (Vaughn descendants) family who relocated to Brazil after the Civil War. In the past, I have had several readers from Brazil and if any of...

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The Saga of Zachary Williams, The Sabine Kid My book publisher gave me the rights back to my book, The Saga of Zachary Williams, well, kind of saying it was just "sorry and no good"....nah, he didn't say it that way but that is how it kind of came...

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Top Reads…this site

Posted by Pete | Posted in News | Posted on 24-03-2016

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Thanks folks for spending some time on the site reading our stories. The reason I say “our” is because I cannot take credit for some of the stories being read. The top stories so far this month are J. I. Hall, Jr., and Follow the Sun, both by yours truly, then cousin Alan Bonner who passed away some time back following with his story, “Alabama the Beautiful”, a couple of more by me, Coalfire stories and Saga of Zachary Williams, then a story by Otis Vaughn, “Confederates Move to Brazil” then “California Jo” by Virginia “Genie” House, my grandmother………my Army Air Field short stories follow that…Makes me feel good that you guys are spending the time reading. ps…Alan Bonner’s story “Alabama the Beautiful” was first posted on Jan. 26, 2012. Alan passed away in Dec. 2014 and I am glad his story is still being read by you folks. Thank you. double ps…you do know that you can enter a title in the search engine and the site will bring up the story or writer. So if you want to read about cousin Alan Bonner, just type his name in the search engine, then scroll through the postings that come up…… double thanks….

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