Gary's writings are faith-based in nature and focus on moral dilemmas and integrity for the most part. His motivation in writing is the desire to see people rise to their greatest capabilities while not losing site of their calling from God to glorify and honor Him.
Gary & his wife, Diann, practice House Church as seen in the New Testament. They own and operate Zackery Farms, an Ecoganic farm in Deep East Texas where they raise cattle, goats, ducks and Happy Chickens!
What's next? A movie script; a crime drama, murder mystery... with a spiritual twist!
When did you first start writing?
The first memory I have of writing was probably about the age of 12. I was writing rhymes and poems. My writing, I think came as a result of drawing and sketching animal pictures copied from TV Guide or other commercial print.
What's the story behind your latest book?
The book came about from the emotional attachment I developed for a young man I had never met, except through the descriptions of his troubles conveyed by his grandmother, my friend. I felt I needed to help him, and writing this story for him was my only avenue to intervene on his behalf.
The story tells of some of the struggles every young person faces and how the main character gets through his problems, with a little help from his friend and a heavely visitor!
The Story you are about to read is both amusing and fantastical in nature. It is both truth and fiction at the same time, though in varying degrees of each at different moments...
The main character in the story learns a significant lesson and enjoys the bennefit of making right decisions.
This story was conceived through imaginings I experienced in real time and during dream state. Enjoy!
Bryson is just an ordinary caterpillar. But he has been plagued by an unspoken desire for something different for so long, he can't remember when he began feeling that way. He meets Tommy the Ant who takes to Bryson right from the start. They become very good friends and for the first time, Bryson finally believes there may be a light at the end of the tunnel...