Robert Crane


I am a true product of the Sixties. Raised in a wacky family on a sleepy street in one of the many bedroom communities dotting Essex County, New Jersey, I honed my humor and wit to survive the gauntlet of school bullies, rejected romances, and thirty years of corporate lockdown. Freed by a layoff, i turned humor writer. After penning several screenplays, a collection short stories, a tv script, and a Christmas Novella, I began the humor blog, Cranelegs Pond, whic is now available in paperback on Amazon.

I am most recently starting a series of 99 cent fictional short stories written about and by loveable lout Winston Taylor, as benevolent a boor as you are likely to find.

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A Horseless Carousel
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 5,870. Language: English. Published: September 7, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Plays & Screenplays » American
"A Horseless Carousel" is the first entry in the series, "99¢ Stories", featuring poor, endearing schlub, Winston Taylor, as benevolent a boor as you are likely to find. To start things off, Win reminisces about his brief addiction to strip clubs and the funny, yet "touching" encounter he had with the one dancer who smartened him up.

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