Pianist in a Bordello by Mike C. Erickson

Pianist in a Bordello This autobiographical romp through four decades in the life of Richard Milhous Nixon Youngblood is intimately tied to the circumstances of his birth.  Silently seething over of the absence of the protagonist’s father from their commune in Northern California, his mother spitefully celebrates Election Day, 1968, as well as giving birth, […]


They say Humor is The Best Medicine I read a true story of a man who was diagnosed with terminal cancer and given only three months to live. Being a believer and thinking only positive thoughts, he decided that if he had only three months to live he would surround himself only with people who […]