Joined Apr 13 2010
If you like to read, you may be interested in one or more manuscripts of Howard Denson (a.k.a. William Howard Denson III, hd3, and d3nson).
First, in the area of mystery, fantasy, and comedy, he offers the Mowbray series, about a lad who was struck by lightning while helping an eccentric scientist. He grows up able to see ghosts, except he can't tell right off that they are ghosts. These include MOWBRAY & THE SHARKS (set in 1937), MOWBRAY AND THE GHOSTS (1908-1919 ), MOWBRAY AND THE BARON (1937-1938 ), MOWBRAY AND BLUE MOUNTAIN, MOWBRAY AND THE CATACOMBS (1938-1939).
Another series, set in the 1700s and early 1800s, features Levi Philip McGregor in. McGREGOR AND THE LOST TRIBE and McGREGOR AND THE SEARCH FOR SUNSET MAIDEN.
A campus-based mystery, GRIEVANCE WITH DEATH, features Edwina Heyward, a humanities and business teacher at Nathan Bedford Forrest Community College..
In science fiction, Denson has manuscripts involving robots and time-travel. In GETTYSBURG REDRESS and THE FLOOD OF TIME.
As an old man living in Chartres, France, Horatio Burdette tells about his life as a slave and servant to Judah P. Benjamin in THE DEADLY DECANTER.
In THE WALDENTOWN EXPRESS, three heroes rescue the town from threats posed by nature and humans: Paul Pudley, the narrator and talkative assistant manager of a drug store; Mr. Randall Brown, an African American youth who runs around barefoot and "driving" a steering wheel; and Bill Podley and Bob Podly, the Waldentown drunks.
A QUANDARY OF FIBBLES is a comic fantasy that has horrible and nasty things occurring in the true love of youths in the Kingdom of Quandary.
FIBBLE-FABBLES is a collection of fables set in the Kingdom of Fibbles. It features Emperor Leonidas (a lion), Juan Particular Sable (a sable), Empress Leocinda, and many others.
In the WILD-EYED MODERATE series, the reader will find SHOOT-OUT WITH A WILD-EYED MODERATE, GUNFIGHT WITH A WILD-EYED MODERATE, and (soon) DUEL WITH A WILD-EYED MODERATE.
The WILD-EYED MODERATE series contains several pieces on writing, communication, and language. With THE WRONG STUFF: FINDINGS OF A FORENSIC GRAMMARIAN, Denson offers a description of the war between Descriptive Grammarians and Proscriptive Grammarians. The former simply describes (and often accepts) whatever occurs, while the latter sets down rules.