Four Moons Books
I was born in Ancon, Panama, and was raised in and around the Austin, Texas area. Following my graduation from high school, I enlisted in the military, and served for two years with the Army Reserve Signal Corps, then over three years in the Air Force Medical Service, which included an overseas deployment during Operation Desert Storm.
After my military service, I attended college at Panola College, graduating in 1994 with an Associate of Applied Science degree in pre-medical studies. I then continued my education at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, and graduated with a Bachelor of Social Work degree with a minor in Sociology in 1997. Since 1997, I have worked in social services with hospitals, hospice programs, long-term care facilities, and protective services. In my spare time, I am devoted to my creative pursuits, which include art, graphic design, and writing. In 2008, I founded Four Moons Books, and you can view my works at https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/fourmoons. I currently reside in Michigan with my loving wife, April.
Where to find Four Moons Books online
Whino Kangaroos And Other Tales From My Youth
by Philip Wooldridge
"Whino Kangaroos" contains stories and memories from my childhood and teenage years in Central Texas during the late 1970's through the 1980's. Join me as I take my learn about at writing fiction, binge drinking, burglary, pop stardom, capitalism, girls, humiliation, and life on the open waters, and love, and discover the things I learned about myself and those around me during my younger years.
Road To Chupadero
by Philip Wooldridge
Having given up on the world, a Vietnam veteran and loner reflects upon his life, and contemplates his end days, while traveling the back roads from West Texas to New Mexico.
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- Conversations With a Patchwork Heart
on April 05, 2011
Very heartfelt and profound collection of poetry - well done!
- Sun Tzu's Art of War For The 21st Century
on May 25, 2011
The Art Of War is one of my favorite books of all time, and Bronstein's adaptation is excellent, bringing ancient wisdom and strategy into the modern age. Very well done!
- The Title Can't Say It All
on Jan. 10, 2012
Wonderful and well-written narrative about the abyss known as elementary school as only a young author can tell it. Keep up the great work!
on March 09, 2012
Wonderful poem, definitely worth the download!