Generations

Reaching deeply into his southern roots the author tells a horrifying tale of racial injustice and murder as multiple generations of white and black families cross paths repeatedly throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries. Sympathizers and members of the Klan square off, slaves revolt, and winning at any cost is the only goal for all involved. This is not a story for the weak of heart or mind.

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About Rushton Woodside

Born right at the mid-twentieth century point in Atlanta, still a sleepy southern city at that time. My mother's bookcase was filled with classics and I read them all before I was twelve, and re-read many. Steinbeck, Faulkner, Hemmingway and the like. For most of my life I have always had an active book going, if not two or three.

Favorite types of books to read: Almost any genre of fiction, almost any non-fiction.

I've travelled the country as a truck driver and as a rambler, and met thousands of people in thousands of circumstances. I've held dozens of jobs, from digging holes to making technical presentations in Board-rooms.

I wrote a lot of poetry and songs as a teen.

After a successful eight years writing computer programs and technical documentation I entered book retail, and stayed there for nearly twenty years. I read good books to know how to write, and read bad books on purpose to know how not to write.

I completed my first novel in 2004 and it was published locally with great success. It was then that I got serious and studied many books on the craft, and began writing as often as possible.

My seventh book is now in progress.

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