Dr. Jim Bryant is the writer of "Livin’ With the Mountain Williams," "Memiors of the Dream Chaser (Cowboys, Clubhouses and Cathead Biscuits)," "The Perfect Death," and "The Salt Pickers," his first four published eBooks. After thirty-two years in the educational field, in 1995 he retired from an east metro Atlanta, Georgia school system, and moved to the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains of north Georgia.
He began his second profession, serving as a sports photojournalist for a local newspaper. His major areas of concentration for the next fifteen years were the Towns County Indians, the Young Harris College Mountain Lions and everything else that played with a ball, bat, rolled on wheels or walked on hoofs.
After his second retirement, Jim began his third career by printing coffee table photo albums of his travels around the world. Writing challenges has become his fourth passion. He is currently working on another mystery novel,"Pursuit," a sequel to his fourth eBook. He resides in Young Harris, Georgia with his beautiful wife.
The sequel to The Salt Pickers. Vladi had barely escaped St. Maarten just ahead of the clan of Caribes trying to kill him. All he had to do now was somehow get he and his girlfriend to Croatia, his country of origin. The Desmonte clan had witnessed his departure and were in close Pursuit across southern Europe.
Vladi spotted the voluptuous Croatian beauty with her boyfriend while on their scuba diving certification trip. He was immediately enamored by her beauty but Ric, her boyfriend struck a blow that would send them into a life-changing clash while on their Caribbean vacation.
The Perfect Death is a brief, highly fictitious story women will hate and seek evil against my person. Men will relate to the situations, sketches and suggestions. “Learn the pecking order!” When good people do bad things.
Dreams were generated when children actually knew how to play. Follow the true-life shenanigans and misadventures of a young boy in the decades of the forties and fifties, through his memoirs of cowboys, clubhouses and Cathead biscuits.
After graduation, Zack moved to the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. There he met Misty, a strikingly beautiful local girl that introduced him to the mountain ways. Their passionate love story was interrupted by a startling discovery that would thrust the little hamlet of Daly, Georgia into the national spotlight. The shocking ending provided Daly with additional mountain folk lore.