Exploring: --Discoveries. Challenges. Adventure

Randell Jones (Editor)


Forty writers mostly from North Carolina and Kentucky share personal stories of discovery, challenge and adventure in their lives in the spirit of America's pioneer hero Daniel Boone 250 years ago. He passed through the Cumberland Gap into Kentucky for the first time in 1769, spending two years filled with challenges and adventures while discovering a new land--exploring.

Through 45 short stories, readers share in the life experiences of writers--both fresh, new voices and seasoned storytellers. They gladly share tales from their lives, imparting messages, lessons, and learning for us all to consider for ourselves. With drama, tragedy, and sometimes humor, they share stories from their lives and the lives of those they love about exploring their worlds--making discoveries, facing challenges, and having adventures.

Product Details

Daniel Boone Footsteps
Publish Date
April 12, 2019
5.5 X 0.46 X 8.5 inches | 0.57 pounds
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About the Author

Randell Jones is the publisher and editor of the Personal Story Publishing Project, producing the award-winning collections, "Bearing Up" and "Exploring." These stories appear in his weekly podcast, "6-minutes Stories." He is also the author of "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone" and "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain," each of which received awards. His other books include "From Time to Time in North Carolina" and "A Guide to the Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail." He has served since 2007 as an invited member of the Road Scholar Speakers Bureau of the North Carolina Humanities Council. He writes, speaks, and publishes from Winston-Salem, NC as Daniel Boone Footsteps.