J.F. French is a veteran living in New Hampshire with his wife and two children. John is presently working on a series of new projects, and can be regularly found fishing or hiking in the forests of NH.
For those reading the Aerth series, stop by the Aerth facebook page. Link is below.
It started off as just another overnight canoe trip in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Little did the campers know that they would be troubled by a haunting that has terrified the visitor's of the Pemigewasset River for over two hundred years. Short Story.
This book will take you deep into the forest where ghostly figures roam and creatures of lore still exist. Follow its pages along pristine waterways in search of peace, only to find chaos and tribulation. Learn of the screams from long ago past, and sit by the fireplace with settlers in a time when anything beyond the coastline was frontier. Climb high into the mountains and brace yourself.
“The Boy Who Helped A Star” is a short story of a young boy who finds a fallen star who wants to return to the night sky. So the boy invents ways to help his new friend. They have a hard time doing this, but they never stop trying. Great for children under eight years of age.
In “The Magic Fishing Pole” a boy named Jack makes a fishing pole with the magic to catch any fish. Jack soon finds trouble when a bear decides to take the pole from him. So Jack, with the help of a beaver that he meets, put their heads together to make a plan to save the fishing pole. Not illustrated.