I’ve been a voracious reader of books and periodicals since I learned to read in first grade. Second grade, my teacher took me to the librarian and asked her to give me access to anything I wanted to read. And read I did. No, I didn’t understand it all. But eventually, even what I didn’t understand became a part of my unquenchable desire for knowledge and learning.
Today, I read about 100 books a year. Mostly science fiction, but also memoirs of homesteading, pioneering, and survival and personal achievement or growth. I don’t have time to fit it all in here, but if you see it here, I enjoyed reading and long after I turned the last page, the book stood out as an exceptional story.
"Born and raised in Boston, Mass. (Dorchester) for 19 years then moved to Alaska where I now live on the Yukon River. Fish, hunt and trap with the seasons and have a family. Drive dogs in winter. Can be found on the river at fish camp all summer, village of Tanana or...