Books by ME
The Merino Rose. Ted Spencer has a hard enough time believing the celebrated violin really exists. To find it sitting on his coffee table is nothing short of incredible. The stuff of legend, the exquisite Guarnerius has been missing for more than a century.
But even though the renowned instrument is a violin lover’s dream come true, it holds only heartache for Ted…[more]
“…I loved National Lampoon’s True Facts books that featured humorous road signs and billboards, but that was 20 years ago. Caution: Funny Signs Ahead is a wacky collection of unintentionally hilarious wordings…” —Brian A. Butko, author of Greetings From the Lincoln Highway
“…an excellent choice to leave out on a table at any party, it’ll have everyone in the room laughing…” —Troy Paiva, author of Lost America: The Abandoned Roadside West
“This is a book to stir dreams of distant places, a remarkable journey down unknown roads of travel and self-exploration. Edwards relates the stories of their American adventures and misadventures in the compelling style of a novelist, with humor, drama and brilliant imagery… A journey worth taking.” —Al Martinez, Los Angeles Times
“Edwards is a fine, unpretentious writer with a journalist’s nose for a good story. An inspiration…” —Chicago Tribune
“From the mountains to Manhattan, this tapestry of life on the road weaves the best of travel, technology, survival skills, and relationships into an engaging work of art.” —Library Journal
The Perpetual Engine of Hope: Short Stories Inspired by Iconic Las Vegas Photographs
This is a collection of short stories by Las Vegas writers. Inspired by vintage Las Vegas photographs, the tales range from the mob era to a dystopian near future.
My story, “Fallout,” was inspired by “Miss Atomic Bomb,” the image on the cover of the book…[more]