Phil Houseal is a writer, musician, and educator who lives in Fredericksburg, TX. He was Creative Director of an advertising agency and for 20 years was Director of Club Ed, one of the best-known lifelong learning programs in the country. Since 2005 he has chronicled the live music and entertainment scene in the Texas Hill Country. His columns have appeared in the Fredericksburg Standard, The Community Journal, Hill Country Recorder, Kerrville Daily Times, and Hill Country Happenings magazine. Currently he owns Full House PR, a public relations firm specializing in telling the story of your business.
Other books include "Finding Fredericksburg: A tour of Fredericksburg TX;" "Playing to a Full House," a collection of his 60 best columns of music of the Texas Hill Country; and "Sam Has Ants," a children's book written by him with his two children, and illustrated by a high school student. All are available on Amazon or at www.fullhouseproductions.net.
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Quitman: An Unstarted Story
Published: December 30, 2013
"Quitman" is a fantasy set in the middle of reality. The bar, the characters, the memories are real; the narrative is fiction. This story is about a journey backward in my life, to a place I thought was simpler and a place from where I could take a different path. Or so I thought.
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