Alan Livingston enjoyed a career as an accountant across the United States for over 30 years, primarily in the hospitality industry. His work in hotels, resorts, golf courses, and casinos included a variety of positions including corporate executive. A native of Fort Worth, Texas, he is an alumnus of the University of Texas at Austin.
Alan moved to Las Vegas, Nevada with his wife and two dogs after 2005’s Hurricane Katrina destroyed their waterfront home of 12 years in Biloxi, Mississippi. In Las Vegas, both continued their work in the casino industry on the Las Vegas Strip before Alan became a multiple cancer survivor. The couple has three adult children, and two grandsons.
Livingston’s published works began with the novel "Gabriel’s Creek", joined by the memoir "Intersection With History" in 2017. He writes novels, short stories, memoir, travel pieces, and poetry, as well as website posts. New titles, plus how to buy all his works in all their formats, can be found with other information at the author’s website, www.alanlivingston.com.
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Intersection With History
by Alan Livingston
November 22, 1963, Fort Worth, Texas: Air Force One carries President Kennedy and his party to their next stop in Fort Worth’s sister city. But when shots ring out in Dallas, lives change. Among those are the author and his family. Intersection With History tells how that day refreshed old memories for a mother and former teacher, and how her oldest son’s life was changed forever by a hand shake.
by Alan Livingston
The enchanted 18 holes of a mysteriously unlisted golf course prove much more enlightening for a dying man’s final round than he might ever have imagined. Reaching the final green, he learns Gabriel’s Creek Golf Course exists somewhere between the earthly world and the next.
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