Gary, Passing along a review comment made Aug 17 through "6-minute Stories" on Apple Podcasts Congratulations. "As a yankee recently transplanted to Western North Carolina, I have gotten quite an invaluable education from "That Southern Thing." I was especially charmed by the exquisite descriptive beauty of "The Biscuit Weaver." Keep writing. Sincerely, Randell Randell JonesDaniel Boone Footstepswww.danielboonefootsteps.comThat … Continue reading Kudos for Biscuit Weaver/That Southern Thing
https://www.starnewsonline.com/news/20200822/leland-author-pens-mystery-in-smokeless-world "Leland author pens mystery in smokeless world" (by Ben Steelman, Wilmington StarNews, Sunday 8/23/2020 In this book, some vices are outlawed while another is appreciated. Imagine, if you will, a world where tobacco and alcohol are banned but vaping is practically mandatory. It’s not “The Twilight Zone” but a new young adult novel by … Continue reading “Zoomed” to StarNews!
YA novel "Natural Causes" launches today from the author's front porch and virtually on Zoom. ON SALE paper and hardback from the author, Gary Neil Gupton (message this website or email@example.com); Wilmington local independent bookstores Old Books on Front Street https://www.oldbooksonfrontstreet.com/#/ and Pomegranite Books https://pomegranatebooks.wordpress.com/. Check Indiebound.com for your local independent bookseller. Also, national outlets … Continue reading “Natural Causes” Book Launch
Mr. Cleveland – everyone called him Cleve – lay sprawled on the gray slate patio by the pool outside the French doors at the rear of the house. Dressed in his favorite red, black and white Hawaiian shirt, baggy Bermuda shorts and flip flops. He could be relaxing, on a tropical beach. But he’s dead. … Continue reading Cleve is dead!
Gary Neil Gupton's first novel. Mystery. Murder-by-vape. "The past can be veiled by smoke; the present, fogged by vapors. Can either addiction hide a death and a murder?"
Personal Story Publishing Project. That Southern Thing. Includes personal stories of "living, loving, laughing, loathing, leaving the South." Gary Neil Gupton's Biscuit Weaver, memories of Aunt Nobia. Follow the link at the top of the page for a reading of the story by Randell Jones, editor of the anthology.
NBM, North Brunswick Magazine Summer issue, highlights Gary Neil Gupton's Rainbow of Hope article about the hope inspired by the children in chalk art. Follow the link at the top of the page.
There are people with all sorts of enthusiasms and creativities which are not often enough made use of or even recognized because the tendency is not to rock the boat but to keep on doing things the way they have always been done. -Originally published in Telling Secrets