J. L. Lawson, Voyager Press

I realize for someone newly approaching my works, these collections can be daunting. I suggest beginning with An Honest Man to introduce yourself to the trilogy and subsequent Saga. Or if it's quick reads you're after: The Elf series, beginning with The Elf & Huntress. Building Kitten and Six Leaks are also shorter and are the components of Just A Curtain. As for myself: I am a father, a grandfather and a "Came-to-Writing-Professionally-Late-in-Life" kinda guy. After rewarding careers as a Land Planner, Standards Engineer, Technical Writer/Graphic Designer, and as an Educator (High School and College Literature/Composition) I settled down at the laptop and began storytelling for a living. My wife and I live in the Cross-timbers country of North Texas and spend as much time seeing this amazing country, its National Parks and Forests, as we can manage. My own journey has taken me both far afield and deep within. It is a journey, no doubt, similar in nature to many seekers' travels who have come before me. However, an unconditional commitment to the work is the trait of only a handful of those who set their aim very high indeed, and then to find a guide who knows the way through this rarely known land, is without question what all others have equally sought. Some gave up the search, some became distracted by the lure of other interests, many became satisfied with the knowledge they had already gleaned from their initial searches. There is, in the end, only so much gold. I sincerely hope that you enjoy: Just A Curtain, or The Elf series, or the Donkey and the Wall trilogy, or The Curious Voyages of the Anna Virginia Saga as much as I have enjoyed writing them.
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