My oldest daughter wrote this amazing “author bio” for me for A Panther’s Father II.
I didn’t want to do a bio, but the Publisher said I really ought to. So, here’s your first glimpse of mine on the 2nd book in A Panther’s Father Book Series. I recently visited the Artist who is doing the Book Cover Design and it is really pretty amazing for sure. It’s stuff that will appeal to lots of folks. And it is so very cool.
I have three absolutely wonderful children and their life partners are so wonderful too and I love them all so very dearly. They make my wife and I complete. And the amazing new grandkids are great too!
I hope everyone will enjoy these books as much as I have enjoyed writing them. And I hope that everyone will take the time to timestamp your life with your very own book. Don’t be afraid, just Go For It! Leave your life for someone else to read about it. It is from a whole lot of pain that some of the best tales are generated from. And places of intense happiness generate great ideas for sure.
About the Author-
JAMES BROWN is a master storyteller and historian. His most recent work is A Panther’s Father, Books I – III, which is a spiritual series, a testament to the hardships James and his loved ones have faced overseas and here in the New World. He takes his readers on a journey, exploring humanity, the highs and lows, our virtues and vices, our pain, and yet, also our laughter, and all to express the hope and the love the Lord has for each of us.
James is a simple man, a Texan, and when he’s not playing cowboy he’s one heck of a Dad, to three mostly-grown individuals, and one amazing Grandpa to eight grandchildren. He’s been married to his special lady, Janet Brown, who dabbles in math wizardry (i.e. a high school math teacher), for 38 magical years. She is the love of his life, his muse, and best friend. James is also a decorated U.S. Army Veteran, a gunner for a M-60 Main Battle Tank, which the crew affectionately called-Aphrodites.
James is also the author of Handgun Safety, and his work has been featured in The Texas Review and the Sam Houston State Literary Review. “The living breathing James Brown” has over 16,000 followers, so join us, we’ve got beer, at http://jamesbrown.blog
Psst! We don’t really have any beer. Neither my wife or I drink. Lol
And I know, I know, I know!