Color Blind

Color Blind is an insightful account of racial issues in American society during the 1950's. Bob Fields does not write in a judgmental or moral voice but an honest, no sugar coating, straight forward voice telling it like it was. His story tells the stark, unspeakable, unspoken truth about the insidious attitudes permeating our culture such as racism, bigotry, discrimination, and intolererance More

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About Bob Fields

Bob Fields possesses an exceptional talent for translating his broadly based life experiences to the written page. A veteran of two wars (three if you count Wall Street), his hardscrabble early life taught him real life lessons; the application of which propelled his success in a military career and numerous business ventures.
After his retirement from business in 1999, he began a career as a Free Lance Writer. His work has been published in regional magazines and company oriented newsletters related to the environment. He has published two print books describing life as a boy in the 1940s, and a highly acclaimed novel; “Rendezvous with Destiny” a well-paced story about discrimination, love, murder, revenge, redemption, and the ultimate understanding between people with disparate backgrounds in small town America.
Bob is currently working on several short stories soon to be published as an anthology about Maine as it once was.
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