August 2 Free Writing

In honor of my parents, who allowed me to explore my creative nature and encouraged me to love books, I am offering some of my writing for free. It will be a month since my Dad passed away, and thirty years since Mom died.

Please read these books and essays and think about those you love.

New Book

Poetry Collection

My World War Two Historic Research in China. We discovered the remains of two B-25s flown on the famous Doolittle Raid. We interviewed dozens of people who rescued the Raiders. Many related photos included through my Pinterest site – the link is in the essay.

My semi-autobiographical novella. The book emphasizes the power of positive energy, and several parts are fictionalized episodes from my life.

My wife and I explored the historic city of Xi’An, famous for its terracotta warrior statues. We discovered several sites that are not listed on tourism guides, including a two thousand year old remnant of the city walls of the ancient capital of Chang’an. It was amazing to make our own archaeological discoveries in such a globally important site.

Please enjoy the free reading.

Published by everythingisbeachy

Read my books at: Wheeler was a monthly magazine and weekly newspaper editor during the time he lived in China from 2007-2019. In China he worked for: Education Ministry, Tourism Ministry and Propaganda Ministry. In addition to his magazine and newspaper work, Wheeler edited and contributed to: multiple travel guides; numerous textbooks; several research and translation projects; and advertising copy for countless clients. As a university lecturer, Wheeler developed several university courses including Appreciation of Western Poetry and Introduction to Journalism. He taught Writing, Literature, Culture, Film, and other subjects. His success as a foreign teacher and editor led to Wheeler being awarded Teacher of the Year honors several times at two major universities. In addition to writing, Wheeler was an actor in China. He was on a television show; and the voice for Hangzhou Tourism as well as acting on stage. Wheeler's most unusual role was being the spokesman for a wallpaper adhesive company.

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