The Recon Trilogy + 1

The Recon Trilogy + 1

Benjamin B White, Lisa D. Kastner

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A cross between Alice in Wonderland and Apocalypse Now, Triggerfish 1-2 (the first novella) is a journey through the Central Highlands of consciousness.


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Benjamin B White:
After receiving an Associate's degree in Social Science and running out of money - having no offers to play college baseball - Ben White started a military career with a two-year enlistment in the U. S. Army. After coming back from Germany, he left his home state of Kentucky to play baseball at the University of New Mexico where he double majored in Philosophy and Creative Writing before joining the United States Coast Guard. Paralleling his USCG tours, Ben completed a Master's in Business Administration and a Master's in Educational Technology Leadership. Two months after he retired from the Coast Guard, he defended a dissertation on mindfulness. He has since earned a master's in Creative Writing. He is the author of a book-length poem, “Buddha Bastinado Blues,” and e-novel of the Cold War, The Kill Gene, and a novella, The Cuban, included in Running Wild Press' Anthology of Novellas, Volume 2. He lives in an almost empty nest with his wife (of 32 years), Katrina, while his sons, Shade and Hudson, venture out (and back) to find their own ways.|||After receiving an Associate's degree in Social Science and running out of money - having no offers to play college baseball - Ben White started a military career with a two-year enlistment in the U. S. Army. After coming back from Germany, he left his home state of Kentucky to play baseball at the University of New Mexico where he double majored in Philosophy and Creative Writing before joining the United States Coast Guard. Paralleling his USCG tours, Ben completed a Master's in Business Administration and a Master's in Educational Technology Leadership. Two months after he retired from the Coast Guard, he defended a dissertation on mindfulness. He has since earned a master's in Creative Writing. He is the author of a book-length poem, “Buddha Bastinado Blues,” and e-novel of the Cold War, The Kill Gene, and a novella, The Cuban, included in Running Wild Press' Anthology of Novellas, Volume 2. He lives in an almost empty nest with his wife (of 32 years), Katrina, while his sons, Shade and Hudson, venture out (and back) to find their own ways.

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