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A Concise Bibliog. of:
Gregory V. Boulware has the admiration for many fine, noteworthy, and esteemed authors. Several of which include, Middleton A. Harris, Isaac Asimov, William Shakespeare, Alexander Dumas, Langston Hughes, Edgar Allen Poe, and a host of literary writers and authors. His written works and style of writing speak for his lifelong desire to become an author. He has spent the majority of his life as an affirmed and avid reader. He won the second place essay award while attending college. This did not sway his desire for pursuing and improving his writing skills.
Gregory graduated from The Berean Institute College of Business and Technology. He also studied Management at Philadelphia Community College and classes at Temple University via The PASCEP Program and M. K. Enterprises.
Mr. Boulware has spent thirty-five plus years in the Transportation Industry as a Tractor Trailer, Straight Truck, Bus Driver and Administrative Technician. Prior to that, he worked all over Philadelphia and the surrounding area in factories, warehouses, stores, and various restaurants and other service entities.
He has been happily married to Virginia M. Boulware, R. N. for more than Forty-Plus years. This union has produced two successful Sons and two beautiful Grandchildren.
His readers have described him as an erudite and a polymath. He was not always been regarded as such. Folks, who believed the contrary, only encouraged him to reach for higher goals. In this, his second book breeds the intent and interest for many more such contributions of varied genres. Mr. Boulware has not been on a mission to have the last laugh or the last word, but...
He has, however, enjoyed having a most profound laugh and a word or two conveyed and noticed...at home and around the world.
~A Sojourn Into Now and Then~
Mr. Gregory V. Boulware
Gruesome and horrifying; ghastly; horrible, pertaining to, dealing with, or
representing death, especially its grimmer or uglier aspect. Of or suggestive of the
allegorical dance of death; gruesome; ghastly; grim. Resembling or associated with
the danse macabre from Old French danse macabre dance of death, probably from
macabé relating to the Maccabees, who were associated with death because of the
doctrines and prayers for the dead?
- Publication Date:
- 1468003402 / 9781468003406
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Occult & Supernatural