There is no bottom you can hit that the Lord can’t, or won’t, bring you back from. I know this first hand. I spent most of the 1990′s as one of the most conservative radio talk show hosts anywhere. I was involved with many of the high profile, conservative, Christian, public policy organizations in Colorado. After that I went into business and enjoyed a great deal of financial success. You’d think that coupled with a great wife and son, I’d never want for anything again, but I did. Sometimes I wish I had something to blame, but I don’t, not society, family, the state, drugs, alcohol, or anything else. Just a man and his stubborn pride and arrogance. Ultimately I went to prison in 2004, for Securities Fraud and Theft, and began reintegration in February, 2011. But, I’ve found there is a way back. Many of the postings you’ll read here will deal with that, and maybe some of the challenges of re-entering society. The “Jack Reno” series was begun in prison; in fact, the first several books were written long hand on tablets. The story of Jack is the story of redemption, of change. Writing about this in prison is easy, how he goes about it, reveals some of the struggles that many face. If you do read “Walking with Ducks-A Jack Reno Novel,” I’ll tell you now, it’s all fiction. Honest. proposal for you
- Walking with Ducks-A Jack Reno Novel-October, 2011
- Jack Reno, an ex-con gets involved with a beautiful woman, mortgage fraud and a slew of colorful characters
Scorpion’s Sting-A Jack Reno Novel-Spring, 2012
Reno’s back with all his friends (and enemies). It gets personal when Jack finds he may have been set-up by a group of judges in bed with a rich, corrupt businessman.
- Keeping my Promise-The Kidnapping and Hunt for Diane McCallian-Fall, 2012
- The true story of the kidnapping of 4-year old Diane McCallian, and her father’s desperate search for her, across America and into Central America.
“An inspiration and great example of someone turning around their life for the better, moving away from a difficult and challenging life, finding a creative flair and ability to communicate and write a cracking yarn,…. a testament to someone not prepared to give up on life but flipping it on it’s head and making us all believe that we have hope and can change for the better.” MR-United Kingdom January 6, 2012