Stuff I have written under my real name or my pen name, Harley Staggars. You may read some of what is posted here on-line by opening the entry and clicking the link at the bottom. Those with links to Kindle offerings at Amazon.com will cost $2.99 to download, and those linking to earlcarlson.com are available only as hard copy at a cost dictated by the publisher. Five or six will be free sites, and some are simply not available at this time.
Harlingen Army Air Field, Texas—Elizabeth L. Gardner of Rockford, Illinois, WASP (Women’s Airforce Service Pilot) pilot, takes a look around before sending her plane streaking down the runway at the air base
In World Enough and Time Haskell Yngren and Jennifer Jessup, with Jennifer’s long-dead parents leading the way, travel back in time to witness historical events and sideways through alternate…
"Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow" A young soldier, in the midst of a battle raging on a Pacific island, suddenly finds himself in a brightly lit corridor, with no idea where he is or how he got there. This story, under the pen name, Harley Staggars, appears on-line in the February 2014 issue of Eunoia Review. htp://eunoiareview.wordpress.com/2014/02/22/tomorrow-and-tomorrow-and-tomorrow/
This novella is serialized in Novella T. http://www.novella-t.com/subscribe/ "How does one prepare for a duel? What are the details that must be arranged? If one has already drafted a will and made one’s funeral arrangements; if one has no family to inform; no pets for which to find new homes; no rents in one’s life in need of repair; no letters to write; no goodbyes to be said; then how does one fill the hours between the challenge and the sunrise three days hence?"