Money, money, money! Gary Williams, once good-natured, solvent and carefree, can think of little else now that he owes everybody. The IRS is the biggest creditor by far, and they want their money NOW. His luck in his contracting business has been rotten. Things have gone from bad to worse. His back is to the wall. What can he do? This is the story of what Gary does and the surprises that it leads to.
Charley Kempthorne started the first reminiscence writing workshop in the nation in 1976 in his hometown of Manhattan, Kansas, the setting for this engaging novel. He is the editor and publisher of LifeStory, an interactive how-to newsletter and magazine for people who want to write a memoir or family history. For more about him, LifeStory, this novel or his next one, go online to www.thelifestoryinstitute.com