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Bob McCarty’s first nonfiction book, Three Days In August (October 2011), chronicles the life story and the wrongful conviction and imprisonment of a U.S. Army Green Beret. It’s available for purchase in ebook and paperback formats at Amazon.com.


For years, I’ve toiled online, using my journalism training — and, sometimes, my sense of humor — to report news most of the major media outlets ignored.  As I approach the eighth anniversary of my online presence, I’ve decided to change directions in a substantial way.

Above: Butters shows his keyboarding skills.

Above: Butters shows his keyboarding skills.

After experiencing site-killing disruptions which some would have suggested might be the work of  James R. Clapper Jr., FBI officials or others about whom I’ve written words that were less than flattering, but true, I’m moving away from writing on a daily basis on these pages.

With help from Butters, my office assistant (shown above), I’ll continue to churn out books I think you’ll enjoy reading.  To keep up to date about what’s new with me, I hope you’ll follow me on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and whatever else comes down the social networking pipeline.

But I won’t. Instead, I’ll simply hope you remain patient and point you to my Amazon Author Page until we see a fix. Thanks for your patience!


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