Tag: DWI

  • My Best Fan

    My Best Fan

    My mother died in 2010.  She was 89-years old although she would tell everyone she was 90.  I believe that if she were still alive, she would have read all of my books.  As it was, she only read The Olympian, A Tale of Ancient Hellas.  She loved that book.  I recall reading the manuscript…

  • The Cure for All Human Ills

    The Cure for All Human Ills

    In 1916, this is what C.S. Lewis wrote to his childhood friend, Arthur Greeves. “Whenever you are fed up with life, start writing:  ink is the cure for all human ills, as I have found out long ago.” I think he’s right.  Although I first penned The Olympian, A Tale of Ancient Hellas in 2002…

  • A Kindle Discount

    We have a poll running in which I invite you to participate.  You can find it in the right sidebar. The last full week in September 2014, we will run one E.S. Kraay Kindle edition [Excluding the West Point trivia book and The Sixth Day, A 17-175-Word Novella About Creation and Prizefighting] at a 50%…

  • Gaspar and Harry Potter

    With the possible exceptions of The Olympian, a villain creeps naturally into each of my manuscripts. German Untersturmführer Feldman, a Nazi plays an important role in The Hamsa.  While it may be difficult to determine who the good guy is and who is the bad guy, there are a number of villainous candidates to choose…

  • Notes on Gaspar

    With the imminent release of my new book Gaspar, Another Tale of the Christ, I want to share some thoughts about the book with my subscribers … I’ve long thought about writing this book, and it became more important to me in recent years as I explore my own spirituality and spiritual cultures and practices…