Edward T. Frye


Ed Frye has been writing all his life. Ticket to Oregon is his second novel, following his 2011 autobiographically based, Fools and Children. Prior to these Ed has authored three textbooks used in colleges and high schools and more than a dozen articles published in numerous educational journals and magazines.
A native Pennsylvanian, Ed resides in Mechanicsburg, PA with his wife of forty-seven years, near his two daughters, three grandchildren, and their dogs.
Dr. Frye is an avid racquetball player. He is a licensed pilot, flying a Cessna Cardinal for years. He enjoys all things involving water, for a decade tooling a large pontoon boat and jet ski around Lake Raystown. A long-time dirt track racing enthusiast, Ed treasures his opportunity to drive a sportsman at a local track. The faster, the better for Ed Frye.
Ed Frye is a nationally known speaker and consultant. For the last fifteen years, he has operated his own consulting business, working in 36 states and addressing more than 79,000 program participants. Dr. Frye has been a part-time professor in the graduate school at Penn State Harrisburg. He co-founded and served as president of StreetSmart, a company providing sales training to business staff.
Dr. Frye holds degrees from Lock Haven University, Temple University, and Penn State. He has served in various capacities in several state and national educational associations and editorial boards.
His professional website offers a complete resume, a listing of his publications, photos, and client responses: edfrye.home.comcast.net.

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Ticket To Oregon "A Three Generational Saga"
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 93,820. Language: American English. Published: April 18, 2014 by Brighton Publishing LLC. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Action, Fiction » Historical » Western & American frontier
During a lifetime as saloonkeeper in Cordell, Oregon, Owen Ticket has just about seen and heard it all. When a visiting author wanders in and challenges him to a storytelling duel, Ticket opens the tap and draws forth a pitcher full of laughter and tears as he introduces his listener to a century’s worth Ticket’s patrons, garnishing them with his own perceptive insights into the human condition.

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