“Does God Care If I Get Bull’s Tickets?” The story of an incredible Christmas gift.
“What Abraham Did” Two stories of painful decisions and a father letting go of his child’s fate.
“Beer Grace” Pretty much just what it sounds like. O.K., probably nothing what it sounds like.
“Not Reasons I Believe In God” I can’t tell you why I love this list only that it fills me with happiness every time I read back over it.
“10 Movies That Changed My World” And it’s sequel which were the back 5 that made up the complete 10. Movies are such a big part of my thought life is, I suppose, my explanation.
“Farmboy” I love me some Farmboy, just because each time I write about it I go back there in my mind and my heart. I can smell the nitrogen, the grease and the diesel. I can see my Aunt’s house. If I was going to write a book, other than Cracked Virtue, it would be about Farmboy.
“White Girl In Harlem” Because it is one of the most favourite days of my life and when I’m on my death bed it will be one of the stories that passes before my eyes and cause me to laugh out loud.
“The Break Up” A mostly true story that was much more fun re-lived than it was lived.
“The Elusive Donna Guest Blogs” Getting Donna to step out from behind the curtain and post is a lot like getting a photo of the Yeti.
“The Corruption of the Innocent and the Redemption of a Devil” Aside from the typos and grammatical mistakes which we won’t talk about here but my prof at uni told me that Steinbeck didn’t worry about because he was Steinbeck and then reminded me I was no Steinbeck. A satisfying experience – that is, the writing of it.
Any feedback from any CV readers still sticking around? I’d be very interested in what you found most interesting about the CV experience you’ve been a part of…