P. V. LeForge

Biography

P. V. LeForge lives on a 50-acre horse farm in north Florida with his wife Sara Warner, who is a dressage rider and trainer. They enjoy breeding and riding their warmbloods and Shires and are currently preparing Fabayoso, their young Oldenburg stallion, at stud. His colt, Freester, was Reserve Champion USDF Horse of the Year in 2011.

LeForge is also an e-book formatter who can be found on Mark's List. He enjoys formatting Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, and Drama.

LeForge's other books of poetry and fiction can be obtained through bookfinder.com or from
his own website www.BlackBayFarm.com. In addition to writing and doing farm chores, he enjoys songwriting and target archery.

Where to find P. V. LeForge online


Where to buy in print


Books

My Wife Is A Horse
By P. V. LeForge
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 10,710. Language: English. Published: December 15, 2012 by Black Bay Books. Category: Fiction
Poems about farms and horses and dressage. This is a special edition featuring two extra poems, one of which is "My Husband's an Ass," written by Sara Warner.
The Cat That Thought He Was A Rat
By P. V. LeForge
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 610. Language: English. Published: November 5, 2011 by Black Bay Books. Category: Fiction
Billy's kitten was not really sure what kind of an animal he was. If he were a bat, he could fly. If he were a rat, he could get some cheese. All he knew was that he wanted to be the best rat or bat or whatever he could be. Appropriate for kids 1-6 with easy rhymes, a funny story, and cute illustrations by Mary E. Donahue of a boy and his kitten.
Little Saigon (A Play in Three Acts)
By P. V. LeForge
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 16,870. Language: English. Published: October 9, 2011 by Black Bay Books. Category: Fiction
During the final exodus from Vietnam in 1975, a family from Saigon arrives in a refugee camp in Florida. Their old professions--physician, lawyer, technician--are useless to them now. Somehow, they must find a sponsor, a place to live, and some kind of menial job. They also must learn why their father--and their savings--disappeared just before they were scheduled to depart for their new country.
The Edge: A One-Act Play
By P. V. LeForge
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 6,920. Language: English. Published: May 28, 2011 by Black Bay Books. Category: Fiction
A woman in her thirties unexpectedly moves back into the family home after her marriage goes sour, then informs her father that she has been studying to be a clown. Her father's reaction to her return--and her reasons for marrying in the first place--are the cards from which this fragile playhouse is built. An excellent play for two actors using a minimal stage.
The Secret Life of Moles
By P. V. LeForge
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 7,980. Language: English. Published: April 4, 2011 by Black Bay Books. Category: Fiction
This is the book that launched the career of award-winning poet P. V. LeForge. Serious and quirky at the same time, these poems will transport you into realms that you were never sure--but always hoped--really existed. Includes the underground classic "Anting."
The Ballad of Sixteen
By P. V. LeForge
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 10,160. Language: English. Published: March 27, 2011 by Black Bay Books. Category: Fiction
A long story-poem about some very unusual denizens of the Florida Everglades who band together to stop a gang of poachers who have set up shop in their neighborhood. Trixie McQueen, Jumpy Jim Camp, Smelly, Senor Skin, Big Ned, Sick Sam and the rest are characters you won't soon forget. Written in a style between Longfellow and Robert W. Service, this book is a hoot from start to finish.
Getting a Good Read
By P. V. LeForge
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 6,720. Language: English. Published: March 22, 2011 by Black Bay Books. Category: Fiction
Poems about golf, written by two guys serious about their game, but not too serious to stop and take a good look around the course and a good look inside themselves as well. Here are poems that will ring true inside everyone who has ever swung a club--poems that make you realize that, if you put forth your best effort, there are no bad days in golf.

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