Halfway to a Vineyard

Sam Champion is a military man through and through. A pilot in the U.S. Coast Guard, his dedication and skills serve to save lives. However, his wife is not thrilled with the perils of his chosen career. With another child on the way, she convinces him to hang up his uniform for a safer occupation. They move to the northwest coast – to her namesake family vineyard. But, a new danger finds them. More

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About Anthony Mays

Probably not, but you should. Anthony Mays, the author of the ‘Halfway to’ themed books, chose to use the ‘halfway to’ expression based on his road travels around the country. Seemingly, he was halfway to his destination when a character, plot, or location came to his imagination taken from things he saw along the way. Throughout the remainder of the trip, a strong, mental outline followed on how he planned to use those elements.

HONORED to be added to the Illinois Authors Wiki, a project of the Illinois Center for the Book. It is a comprehensive resource for information on authors, photographers and illustrators who have published books and have lived in Illinois or written about Illinois.

Writing books became a natural extension from Anthony’s career in the U.S. government where he wrote briefings, operating procedures, and instructional guides. His biggest challenge in making the transition was moving from writing succinct, factual, bulleted ideas to writing prose narrative for a fully developed novel.

Along with his wife, Sherry, he lives in southern Illinois and enjoys sharing the experiences of their three children, their significant others, and four blessed grandchildren. Most vacations are spent near water where Anthony envisions finding the next great treasure trove. In the meantime, he is excited to take pieces of his life experiences and mold them into fictional works of art.

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