Gardening, history and travel seem an odd soup in which to stew one's life, but Paul has done just that. A gardener since 1975, he has spent his spare time reading history and traveling with his wife. He gardens, plans his travels and writes his books out in the sticks near a small town in southeast Indiana. He enjoys sharing the things he has learned about gardening, history and travel with his readers. The many books Paul has written reflect that joy of sharing. He also writes fiction in his spare time. Read and enjoy his books, if you will. Or dare.
Now, back to writing, if he can get the cat off the keyboard.
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What prompted you to start your own publishing company?
I love to write in several different genres, so I needed a lot of pen names. Starting my own publishing company seemed a logical solution to managing several pen names.
What are you working on next?
An historical novel about my German ancestors emigration to the United States in the 1850's.
Colonial American History Stories - 1215 – 1664 contains almost 300 history stories presented in a timeline that begins in 1215 with the signing of the Magna Carta to the printing of the first Bible in Colonial America in 1664. The historical events include both famous ones as well as many forgotten stories that the mists time have obscured.
The huge flowers of the hibiscus dominate the summer garden. This magnificent summer perennial needs little care and has a long bloom season, so it is a wonderful addition to the full sun perennial garden.
The daylily is one of the most dependable perennial flowers in the perennial garden. Adaptable to a wide range of soils and hardy over a wide geographic range the hemerocallis will fill a large portion of the summer with its flowering beauty.