I Wrote a Thing, and Now You Can Buy It!

This is a project I've been working on for a number of years now, and it's finally come to fruition! My very first novel: "RIGHTEOUS MIGHT" The USS Gerald Ford, a modern-day nuclear-powered aircraft carrier is hosting the family and friends of crew members at the end of a long deployment when they are asked to test a new defensive system for DARPA with help from their British and Japanese allies. After a mysterious accident during the test, the entire battlegroup finds itself at Pearl Harbor on December 6, 1941. The fleet is hopelessly outnumbered, but they do still have some modern technology at their fingertips to help even the odds. The captain has only hours to decide whether or not to strike at the approaching Japanese fleet and change the entire course of World War II, all while trying to figure out what life will look like for the sailors and civilians in their fleet after the battle. Available at Eckhartz Press

The Greatest Story Ever Podcast – #14: Love In The Time of COVID with Keith & Misty

What happens when you have a wedding planned and the entire state is under lockdown because of a viral pandemic? Funny you should ask, that’s exactly what happened to my fiance Misty and I. Hannah Stanley with Gabby Road Radio invited us on the show to talk about our creative plans for carrying on with our wedding despite the pandemic. (You can view the joyous occasion on Facebook)

If you think you can top that story, shoot me an email at GreatestStoryEverPodcast@gmail.com

Time Enough At Last – #11: And When The Sky Was Opened

During man’s first flight into space, the X-20 disappears from radar then crashes in the desert. Major Gart is laid up with a broken leg, but Colonels Harrington and Forbes go out for a night of revelry. Suddenly getting a strange feeling, Harrington calls his parents—and finds they have no son! Abruptly, he disappears, and no one but Forbes remembers him. Forbes is desperate to find out what’s going on—for whatever yanked Harrington away may not be satisfied with just one.

Sean Magers and Keith Conrad are re-watching The Twilight Zone. Each week they share their reactions to each episode and even a little a little trivia along the way. The 11th episode was “And When The Sky Was Opened”

Time Enough At Last – #10: Judgement Night

An unseen, unfriendly periscope keeps a steely watch over the S.S. Queen of Glasgow as fog and sea whip across the freighter’s docks. On board the Glasgow a German passenger, Carl Lanser, wanders about in confusion as the boat rocks to and fro in the black night. He doesn’t know how he got aboard or what he’s doing there, but strangely all the passengers are familiar. The only thing Carl Lanser knows for certain is that at 1:15 a.m., something horrible is going to happen. Suddenly, a Nazi U-boat surfaces. Lanser zooms in on the sub with his binoculars and begins to understand a horrible truth about himself…the S.S. Queen of Glasgow…and the terrible reality that lies ahead on this raw, ugly night.

Sean Magers and Keith Conrad are re-watching The Twilight Zone. Each week they share their reactions to each episode and even a little a little trivia along the way. The 10th episode was “Judgement Night”