Wes Boyd's writing
"I find your style of writing very refreshing! Please keep it going - the personal interest implicit in each story is what makes them so great!"
"I admire your way of fleshing out the characters - giving them life instead of merely portraying masks."
"Your entire Dawnwalker series has been delightful. Reading initially for pleasure, your series quickly became a lesson from a fine craftsman. I've learned much but the reading pleasure never waned."
"Your stories never disappoint me, or let me down. I enjoy them all -- they are 'Feel Good' Stories!"
"I continue to enjoy your writing and you keep getting better at it. Thanks so much for your time and genius."
"Your characters, settings and story lines seem so real that I feel you are letting me peek in on a part of life that I'd have otherwise never known anything about."
by Wes Boyd ©2011, ©2013
Clark Construction equipment operator Jim Wooten likes to spend his winter layoff snowmobiling, ice fishing, and getting away from his sister and his alcoholic ex-wife. He's guilt-tripped into seeing what can be done about getting his aunt and invalid uncle back into their home, which was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. It turns out that a good man with helpful friends and a backhoe can solve a lot of problems -- including some of his own.
Approximately 83,000 words (about 176 print pages)
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