Let’s Share: Doc Chuck

Here is another one of those men I speak about in my Ode to the Old Men. Doc Chuck is a muse of sorts walking around creating inspiration. He has a way of teaching a person how to find their voice and bring it forth. He is my professor, adviser, mentor and friend.

He steers the ship of learning; towards the shores of knowledge.

Reminding me of a quote from one of my favorite movies” “O Captain! My Captain! ” (Do you know what movie this is from?)

He recently published a book which I am currently reading and enjoy very much. The book; which is titled Maledicus, follows a paranormal investigative society made up of older men (not the average hero). They investigate a haunting and discover the real evil behind it.

Check out Doc Chuck’s Blog: Charles French

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” (Edmund Burke)

Originally posted on charles french words reading and writing: (https://cdn.pixabay.com) ? Roosevelt Franklin, the protagonist of my horror novel Maledicus: The Investigative Paranormal Society Book I is a self-admitted anglophile. While a proud American with a very American name who loves his country, he is drawn to the manners and customs of England and the British…

via Roosevelt Franklin–Anglophile–from Maledicus: The Investigative Paranormal Society Book I by Charles F. French — charles french words reading and writing

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7 thoughts on “Let’s Share: Doc Chuck

  1. You are so right about Charles French. He steers the ship of learning towards the shores of knowledge – most definitely! You are lucky to learn under his wing. Yes, I know the movie. It is terrific. Do you who the poem was written about?

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