I’ve been posting for some time now. As interest seems to be increasing I suppose I should give some basic information about myself for those who are interested enough to click on About.
I was born in Saginaw, Michigan in 1938. I graduated from high school there going into the Navy after. I spent my three year enlistment in San Diego choosing to remain in California after my discharge.
I lived in the Bay Area from Marin to the East Bay. I attended night school at a variety of Junior Colleges before enrolling at the then California State College at Hayward now California State University East Bay.
I married in ’63 and still am.
In ’66 my wife and I left California for Oregon to attend graduate school at the UofO. From there I opened a record store and have progressed from there into the Now.
For a more detailed serio-comic account go to the Ron E. Prindle Biblio profile at http://www.erbzine.com . The ERB stands for Edgar Rice Burroughs about whom I have been writing for several years.
I am using my R.E. Prindle blog to post my fiction and my I, Dynamo blog for my non-fiction. I have a third blog, Contemporary Notes to spout off about current issues.
On this R.E. Prindle blog I have posted one complete novel- The Sonderman Constellation- has been published by iUniverse and is available for purchase from the usual internet outlets. You’ll like it. Vol I of Far Gresham which is complete and the middle section of Our Lady Of The Blues. In addition to Book V of Our Lady I have also completed posting Book VII. Sentational stuff. The paragraph below is now redundant but I’ll leave it in anyway Also posted are a number of short stories and novellas. I thank whatever readers may be who have bothered to read my stuff.
As most of my fiction was written a few years ago I still have a lot to post. I think next I’ll do another section of Our Lady Of The Blues. Book VII. There will be a lot of hitchhiking stuff in the section. Hitchhiking seems to be a popular topic. I did a lot of it in my Navy years including a trans-continental hitch that I think is the high light of Our Lady. Come back from time to time.