Aug. 13, 2012
-- We've covered all our bases on the Mississippi River here through Biographical Publishing. How do we identify ourselves as authors in America? Obviously we're trying to put literature in the hands of the people. Yet I thought deeper – in the wide field of publishing companies, we have a dawning horizon to look at. If I write about the Mississippi than I care about America. This literature, including a ground and air war, shows what can happen to one man. It goes deeper, because as an author, I have laid out the plan on this piece. What kind of literature cares so much about a river in America to scope it out in a book, and it goes on to war, private war?
Do I think I'm kidding anyone from my spot on the literary map? No, I think awareness was a key with this plan, letting readers in America think what was, what could have been back in those times, and possibly some insight for tomorrow. I don't know how well I captured it all, but I tried, and now America has a piece of literature to consider.
When I think about America today I don't really know; I know books can last and bring some meaning to the publishing world and our world today all around the river. What kind of literature is it? What quality of literature is it? Clearly it's an example from one author. To me it's lovely literature and its so great we can get this down in a book.
Far and Away, ISBN 9781929882755, by Ezekiel Crotzer is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other booksellers.