My life's been an interesting journey, to say the least. I was raised in the central Texas area, and upon completing high school, served in the military for over five years. After that, I attended Panola College and the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, graduating with a degree in Social Work in 1997. Since then, I've worked various jobs in the field, and have recently settled with my wife in Northeast Michigan. Sometimes a complete change is just what the doctor ordered.
Recently, I've done away with my pen name of Wilson Kasa and have decided to re-publish my short stories under my real name. My stories come from a mix of what is probably an overactive imagination and real life experiences. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I did writing them.
All the best,
on Feb. 05, 2010 :
Road to Chupadero is an excellent piece of writing about a Vietnam vet who for various reasons including the war finds himself out of sorts in this world. After a failed relationship that started before the war and ended sometime after, he wanders through life questioning his existence. What will he do? Read this story to find out.
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(review of free book)