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Why I Write

Why I write

I write for influence. The written word can travel into places– and hearts– far away from where we are.

This is a picture of Josh Miller, a great great great great grandson of Joe and Eliza Moore. Josh is a student at Pitkin Elementary where I visit yearly for their Family Reading Day.

Josh is looking over the manuscript of The Wayfaring Stranger, which is a fictional account of Joe Moore’s journey to Louisiana from Ireland.

The followup to this novel is now finished and is entitled A Good Place. It continues the story of Joe and Eliza through the difficult years of the Civil War.

We are currently talking with publishers, so a release date for A Good Place is not set. We’ll keep anxious readers informed through our website at http://www.creekbank.net

About Curt Iles

I write to have influence and impact through well-told stories of my Louisiana and African sojourn.

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