Here’s the set-up for Bert Carson’s Another Time Another Place, just $2.99 on Kindle:
Leonard Jacobson’s life changed the day he met Whispers. Thirty years later he wrote the story. It began this way:
“The day I met Whispers, I was nineteen and he was one. From the day we met, we were not apart for a single day for almost fifteen years. I cannot imagine what my life would have been without Whispers, and frankly, I don’t even want to think about it. This is our story, my dog, Whispers’ and mine.”
Half way through the book you’ll meet Luke Jenson, a professional truck driver. Luke’s life changes when he meets Traveler. He described it this way:
“Daddy always said that I was a ‘riding fool,’ usually adding, Luke, you’d rather ride than eat. He should have met the dog. I have never known a man, woman, child or animal who liked to ride any more than Traveler.
“I guess I knew when I walked into Frank’s office, the dog was going to be my new partner; it just took a while for me to admit it. First, I had to put myself through all the arguments against having a big dog in a truck twenty-four hours a day.”
Another Place Another Time is about men, women, dogs, love, war, and oh yes, time travel.
From a reviewer:
Not only a warm and unusual story about a couple of dogs and their best friends, but with adventures that will make you forget dinner just to read more pages. An excellent story told by an excellent story teller, Bert Carson introduces surprises that make you want more. Just like in his book “Fourth and Forever” there’re messages about truth and staying in the moment that you’ll take with you and use for the rest of your life. A great read! — Stan
I was born in Birmingham, Alabama, 68 years ago. Currently I live in Huntsville, Alabama, which is a little over 100 miles north of Birmingham. I didn’t get to Huntsville via Interstate 65. Rather, I arrived here after living in Trussville and Childersburg, Alabama; Palatka and Jacksonville, Florida; Georgia, South Carolina, Indiana, Texas, Vietnam, Mobile (Alabama), Laurel (Mississippi), Memphis, and Mentone, Alabama.
I’ve been a construction worker, soldier, corporate manager, car dealer, minister, professional speaker, small business owner, and writer. I’ve been married four times, bankrupt twice, homeless once, and a millionaire once.
I live, very happily, with my wife, Christina, whose CV is as long (or longer) than mine. With our partner, Adrienne Wall, we operate a small photography business, specializing in Day Care portraits http://www.united-portrait-studios.com.
I love to read and write. Kindle facilitates both of those passions.
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