I left my footprints in the sands of a Cape Cod beach in early May, Then pressed a copy of my hands. A heedless tide swept them away.
Next with paper and pen I wrote, giving my thoughts to the sheet the finest prose that I could emote; in vintage cursive, sprawling but neat.
Paper words die from time or spilt beer.
To leave my words forever behind so the next writers will know I was here was the hope and goal I had in mind.
To the rescue is the site of the Creative Exile for it knows that the spoken word is in the air and that paper lasts merely a little while but the mighty digital word is always there!
Bill Russo is a retired New England broadcaster and journalist who lived for decades in an area of Massachusetts called The Bridgewater Triangle. He did not know of the eerie things called Puckwudgies said to inhabit the Hockomock Swamp until he met one while on a midnight walk with his dog.Bill's blog about the encounter led to an appearance in the award winning film "The Bridgewater Triangle" as well as a feature segment in Discovery's 'Monsters and Mysteries in America'.He's also featured prominently in "America's Bermuda Triangle" an hour long documentary on Discovery's Destination America channel.His book "The Creature From the Bridgewater Triangle" has been a steady seller in paperback and e book form.His latest book, Ghosts of Cape Cod is available in paperback and on Amazon and Kindle.The audio book version isbeing readied for a May 2016 release on Amazon, Audible, and Itunes.The narrator is NPR host,Scott R.Pollak who has 60 credits on Audible including a number of best sellers.Scott has done voice work for A T and T, UPS, Humana, VW, and many other major corporations.
Bill lives in the middle of Cape Cod which is the setting for many of his short stories and articles as well as a few of his books.
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