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My newest book, THE JUBILEE ACCOUNT will soon be everywhere. Watch for it! Look for it!
 
 
 
 
 
 

What if you had to try to save the world's oil even if you didn't especially want to? But your dead sister tells you to do it, and she does have to be avenged. So Berry Lee Cane goes into battle against an idiot savant of killing who thinks he is the new Lawrence of Arabia. The winner may have a big say on whether you keep driving around or not. The climax is a violent one in a city park in Charlotte, NC, in the dead of night. But the choice of which one dies is decided by an uninvited third party.

Do you want to know what's going on in inner-city high schools during these days of great expectations, increasing excellence, and no-excuses accountability? Read The Dungeon Below Bling-Bling High and find out.
 

Part 1. A new subspecies is engineered to survive without man's help. Part man, part insect. They are bred to be super salesmen. But what are they trying to sell? Like Victorian novels back in the day, this novel is being serialized in eBook format. Watch for Part 2 soon

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And, by the way, if you are wondering about the origin of the name William and Barnwell, here's a brief answer:

 

 

 
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William
Barnwell
Meaning

(male) Probably the most successful of all the Old French names of Germanic origin that were introduced to England by the Normans. It is derived from Germanic wil ‘will, desire’ + helm ‘helmet, protection’. The fact that it was borne by the Conqueror himself does not seem to have inhibited its favour with the ‘conquered’ population: in the first century after the Conquest it was the commonest male name of all, and not only among the Normans. In the later Middle Ages it was overtaken by John, but continued to run second to that name until the 20th century, when the picture became more fragmented.

Short forms: Will, Bill.

Pet forms: Willy, Willie, Billy.

Cognates: Irish: Uilliam. Scottish Gaelic: Uilleam. Welsh: Gwilym. German: Wilhelm. Dutch: Willem. Scandinavian: Vilhelm. French: Guillaume. Spanish: Guilermo. Catalan: Guillem. Portuguese: Guilherme. Italian: Guglielmo. Czech: Vilém. Slovenian: Viljem. Hungarian: Vilmos. Lithuanian: Vilhelmas. Latvian: Vilhelms.

Meaning

English: habitational name from a place so called; there is one in Cambridgeshire and another in Northamptonshire, both named with Old English beorn ‘warrior’ (genitive plural beorna) or the Old English personal name Beorna + well(a) ‘stream’.

FOREBEARS A John Barnwell (c.1671–1724) emigrated to SC from Ireland at the end of the 17th century.

 

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