Daron is the creator of Thirty-Six and author of the first book in the multi-author series by the same name. Originally from Wyoming, Daron has lived in the Midwest and in many towns and cities in the Mountain States region.
Writer by night, Senior Data Center Engineer by day, he has traveled to more than half of the biggest cities in the United States, one of his favorites being Chicago. The architecture, the people, and the regional foods all fascinate him. But his favorite places on earth are those where he can relax, think, and dream.
Not yet an expert world traveler, he has been to France, Switzerland, the Bahamas, St. Thomas, San Juan, Canada, and Mexico. He loves the Caribbean, and wonders how a small-town boy from Wyoming ever got the chance to fall in love with the ocean.
Other published works include Son of Liberty, Promised, The Thorn, and Water and Other Stories.
Series website: http://www.lamed-vav.com
His personal website is: http://www.daronfraley.com
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by Daron Fraley
Price: $1.99 USD. 8330 words.
Published on November 14, 2012. Fiction.
A collection of inspirational short stories.
OUT OF THE EAST: A short story about a prophetic journey (Mormon/LDS fiction). THE DAYSPRING: A Christian short story based on last-days prophecy (Christian speculative fiction). THE BEAST: Symbolic story pertaining to The Revelation of Saint John (Mormon/LDS fiction). THANKSGIVING WITH GEORGE: A fun, holiday character sketch (contemporary fiction)
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- The Man from Shenandoah
on Jan. 13, 2011
This book was a very enjoyable read, and felt quite authentic to the time period. The characters were well done with both vulnerable men and strong women, both of whom grow throughout the story. I don't normally read western novels, but I would recommend this book for all readers. I look forward to reading the sequel!
- Ride to Raton
on Jan. 20, 2011
Heart wrenching story, but great read. I look forward to the next one!
- That's War
on March 11, 2013
A very insightful book... or rather a journal, written by an American officer who served in World War One. The author of the journal is a talented writer, and quite adept at describing his experiences. He does so in such a way that you can almost picture the hilly countryside and the little towns and even the cobbled streets between old castles and farmland.
Surprisingly, the tone of the related events is upbeat and positive, even as the author describes in heart-wrenching detail the life-and-death struggles of the Doughboys along the trenches of the Western Front. You will cheer for them as they fight to restore freedom to the French, and successfully prevent the Germans from advancing any farther.
I would recommend this story to anyone looking for an honest, detailed peek into the Great War.