Saturday, May 10, 2014

The Boys of Summers Run

The Boys of Summers Run, the third novel in this series about farm boys and Little League Baseball is now published and available for purchase. There's a softcover edition and it's also formatted for all your different Kindle, tablet, or other e-book readers. Set in rural P. A., this work is what Barnes & Noble used to list as a “Heartwarmer.”

A 1948 Chrysler Town and Country Woodie makes a cameo appearance.

Written from the country and back roads of rural America, it honors old-fashioned values and manners yet presents timeless and pertinent insights for today’s families, especially those concerned with raising well-grounded boys into leaders and true gentlemen. 

(Yes, there are some chapters set in Montana, depicting how not to do such.) 

Here’s the link:  The Boys of Summers Run

Monday, May 5, 2014

Suitable for Framing Series, 514-1 & 2. . . . Hood Ornaments Were Distinctive

The 1952 Pontiac's rendition of Chief Pontiac could light up if all went well.

The Mayflower graced the Plymouth's hood of the late 1930's and reflected its identity with the Pilgrim's arrival in the New World.

See more hood art and familiar classics from the boulevards and back roads of America at our Fine Art Website. Click: Jim Cotton's Photography