Memoir, Fiction, Western, Historical Fiction, Short Stories
E. Joe Brown is a published author. His newest novel is “A Cowboy’s Destiny,” a series of historical fiction. Joe is currently the Vice President of SouthWest Writers and a member of both the Western Writers of America and Military Writers Society of America
Title: A Cowboy’s Destiny
Publisher: Artemesia Publishing June 2022
In 1917, 19-year-old Charlie Kelly lives with his family working a large ranch outside Fort Sumner, New Mexico. But Charlie is tired of fixing everyone’s problems, especially the ones his father creates
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Chapbooks – Short Memoirs only available on Kindle
Mickey and Me: A Kid Meets His Hero
As a boy, E. Joe Brown loved baseball, this delightful story tells what happens when he met Mickey Mantle and what happened years after that momentous event.
Grandaddy’s Wisdom: Memories of a 10 year old Boy
We walk through life shaped by events and the influences of those people who were important to us as kids. Joe’s life views were affected deeply by his grandfather – not just his words, but his actions.
Armageddon: My Hollywood Story
From his collection My Adventures at Edwards AFB. The movie, Armageddon was shot partially at Edwards AFB where Joe was the officer assigned to work with the movie crew as they “trained” the astronauts for a dangerous adventure. Here is his behind the scenes look.
I have many fond memories of coaching youth in football and baseball, but one young man, and our shared times are a little more special than most.
A military base is a world of its own. The children of military personnel frequently attend base schools. Tech Sargeant E.Joe Brown worked on Edwards AFB donating some of his off-duty hours to coaching football and baseball at the local high school.
This story shows the impact a coach can have on a player…and a player can have on a coach.