Book Projects

The Man Who Saved Basketball

This is my most ambitious book to date and is about the remarkable life of Junius A. Kellogg. In 1951, it was Junius who helped uncover the biggest scandal in the history of collegiate basketball, perhaps sports. It would be the beginning of his journey. In his lifetime he was a coach, community organizer, advocate, respected New York City planner and role model for millions of people. Yet, his story nearly faded from history until I took up his cause.

Surgery Handbooks

The "Friendly Handbook" Surgical Recovery Coping Tips and Tricks books are a NON-MEDICAL series. They fill a need that many orthopedic practices ignore, and that is coping with life in the first weeks and months after surgery. Each book is constructed to be a Forum based on the first person comments of actual patients. The patients touch on many aspects of how they personally coped with their recovery, from sleeping to dressing to personal hygiene. So far, there are two books in the series with two to three more projected in 2019.

Past Projects

My writing world takes me from projects I do for myself to co-written to ghostwritten books. I write on a number of interesting topics, but they share common elements including my love of research, history, nature and the discovery of lost pieces of the "American story."

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