Robert Conway

Biography

I am a 67-year-old Vietnam combat veteran with PTSD. I am divorced. I live by myself with my cat, Morticia. I have a lot of good friends who, along with the VA, have me stabilized and functional. I would enjoy making new friends - friends that want to chat, not just add.

Books

Finding Home
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You set the price! Words: 3,120. Language: English. Published: May 24, 2012. Category: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
(5.00)
A Vietnam veteran becomes a street person. Years later, he has found and brought home by the one person who truly loves him.
The Scientist and the Witch
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You set the price! Words: 4,750. Language: English. Published: May 21, 2012. Category: Fiction » Erotica » Romance
An erotic short story. A retired scientist who is also veteran with PTSD meets an erotic and patriotic woman online who is half his age. They consummate their relationship.

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Smashwords book reviews by Robert Conway

  • All About The Dress on May 18, 2012

    This is an entertaining, engaging, and erotic story with just enough humor to elicit smiles during the reading.
  • Dreamer on May 20, 2012

    Poetry written as prose or prose written as poetry, it is hard to make the distinction in Ms. DeLante's newest work. "Dreamer" is a short story this full of emotion dynamically presented in the written word. I hope to see more from this author.
  • Hearts Torn Asunder on July 23, 2012

    Without a doubt there is talent here. This short story is emotionally engaging and psychologically correct. The only negative thing to say is that it is too short. There is enough room between the lines to create a beautiful novella – possibly even, a novel. Thoroughly enjoyed the story and the poetry. It was over before I was ready for it to be over.
  • Even the Clocks Stopped on Aug. 15, 2012

    This is a work of love, love not lost, love maintain within itself with no consciousness of physical realities. Love that transcends the harsh realities of life. Interwoven with great skill and psychological understanding, the wordsmith binds the lives of two friends, fully captivating the reader. Reading this once is not enough. One must reread, and reread this story. It pulls heavily on one’s heart.