J. W. Keleher has a history in education, archaeology, writing and art. He is a content bachelor, has no children, and currently no pets. He likes hiking, biking, climbing, traveling and all things adventurous. He has contributed to the general knowledge of Morgellons Disease and wishes for all sufferers a clear direction to health. His present home is in Arusha, Tanzania.
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Chased by the Jaguar
CHASED BY THE JAGUAR: CLIFF HUGGINS IN THE YUCATAN PENINSULA. Keep seeking the three—Zeb’s words echoed in Cliff Huggins’ mind. The Yucatan, beaches, pyramids, friends, pirates, clues and kidnapping all play part in the second account of Cliff’s adventures as a Timemind. Who would have thought such a beautiful setting was so dangerous?
Beul Nam Beinn (A Merworld Fantasy)
A story. Yeah. Sure. A story and more.
Douglas didn’t ask for much. He’d traveled to these islands off Scotland to investigate the property he’d inherited from his grandfather.
The locals called the property’s sealed cave Beul Nam Beinn—Mouth in the Hill. Douglas was curious. Look inside? Why not?
The mouth, sealed long ago for reason unknown, reopened had a story to tell. A family story. A
Juvenile Fiction. Cliff Huggins isn’t ordinary. This isn’t because his mother and his father are both famous archaeologists. Or because of his limping walk, having one leg shorter than the other. Maybe you think it’s because he always wears plaid. While all of these are true, what makes Cliff most extraordinary is that he has a gift. Cliff is a Timemind.
Grandpa and the Christmas Crib
Mateusz and his grandfather decide, one wintry day in Krakow, Poland, to begin the creation of a traditional Christmas crib (a manger scene set in a model based on one or more of Krakow's historic buildings). The boy is the artist and works on the design, while Grandpa focuses on the model construction. Mateusz abandons the project after Grandpa's unexpected death.