Click on the cover image for more about a title. The first bunch are the traditional books, published both in paperback and in digital editions, first the non-fiction, then the novels. Since Amazon introduced the Kindle in 2007 and brought ebooks into our lives, I've also published digital versions of some articles and research papers too short to stand alone in print. They're listed next.
New this month: Looking Back From Ninety: The Depression, the War, and the Good Life That Followed. They say that the first ninety years are the hardest, but I found them something of a lark. Official publication is November 2, since that's my ninetieth birthday, but you can get the paperback from Amazon now or pre-order the ebook. Blue skies! -- Daniel Ford
"Dan Ford is a conjurer of literary magic. In just over 195 pages, he tells a tale that is sad and funny, innocent and wise; he weaves together tragedies great and small, the many facets of love and loss, commentary on peace, war and cultural differences. And he does all that with an artist's touch, creating not just images but atmosphere, personalities, and dramatic tension.... It's an extraordinary book, highly original, gripping, at once full of joy and of sorrow." (Irene Tomaszewski, writing about Poland's Daughter in Cosmopolitan Review)
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Non-fiction: Cowboy | The Greater America | Flying Tigers | Poland's Daughter | The Only War We've Got | Glen Edwards | The Lady and the Tigers | When I Am Going | A Vision So Noble | The Country Northward
Posted October 2021. Websites © 1997-2021 Daniel Ford; all rights reserved.