Richard A. Anderson
~ In Memoriam ~
Richard Anderson was born on May 11th, 1951. He died on November 17th, 2002, after battling complications from diabetes. Richard is the author of the novel titled The Temple of the Heart, the semi-autobiographical tale of a monk who leaves the monastery and pursues life in all its glory. He was author Leslie D. Soule's stepfather and literary mentor. He had a noble, kind spirit and a sharp intellect to match the wisdom of his old soul. He was a monk, art teacher, and state worker.
Richard had been in the Navy, and refused to eat gravy on toast when Leslie would offer it, because he'd eaten it so much there. He was an avid reader and his favorite literary character was Tom Bombadil from J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, a character whom he identified with.
Any questions or comments concerning Richard or his work may be forwarded to author Leslie Soule at: firstname.lastname@example.org
All author proceeds from the sale of this story will be donated to the American Diabetes Association to help further their efforts in eradicating this disease.
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The Temple of the Heart
by Richard A. Anderson
Approx. 36,660 words.
Published on September 23, 2010 by
Joseph Banquo is searching. In fact, he’s been searching for a very long time. The only problem is, he has no idea what the question is. Looking to the arms of religion, the Navy, education and any available girl, the solution seems to always be just beyond his grasp.
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