(570) 702-1344 |weskillings@gmail.com

A Story Grows from Seeds Planted 48 Years Ago

The sands of time never run out on a story worth telling. I recently completed the manuscript for what has evolved into a 90,000-word narrative nonfiction book at whose hub is a true crime that occurred in the mid-1970’s when I was a young, wet-behind-the-ears reporter in Williamsport, PA. It was my first full-time job, aside from my three-year enlistment in the Army as an intelligence analyst, and, as it turned out, I was working there in [...]

READ MORE

By |2021-07-14T21:09:58+00:00July 14, 2021|Exoneration, Justice, Murder, Police|

Racial Prejudice: How Far Have We Really Come?

The message of the evils of racism still falling on deaf ears. I had a blog written about how all of us are more alike than different, but it just doesn’t seem credible anymore. It’s reassuring to think we’re always going to have a happy ending here, as well as in the hereafter, and that we all have more goodness within us than iniquity.  Maybe, but, then again, we may merely be a nation of strangers who [...]

READ MORE

By |2020-06-03T20:12:04+00:00June 3, 2020|American History, Bible, Evil, History, Lyrics, Racism, Truth, Victims|
Go to Top