Paul was in a bad mood with Sarah. He decided he would not forgive her for what she had done. Then he remembers what Jesus said about forgiving others.
A history of the Nail Factory Cemetery largely through short references found to it in Troy newspapers, most of them fairly trivial in nature. There's references to the Troy Common Council acquiring the cemetery and its driveway, voting for funds for replacing fences, repairing the driveway, etc. Additionally, transcriptions of entries from the Troy Burial Records have been included and in some cases transcriptions from Oakwood Cemetery's interment book for people who were reinterred there. Details of some old maps on which the cemetery appeared are included, as well as photos of headstones in the Oakwood and New Mount Ida cemeteries belonging to people originally interred in the Nail Factory Cemetery. This might be considered a public proof, a rough draft; it contains flaws and omissions. It will be expanded with more information and photos, but is made available for the few who really can't wait or who would like to provide feedback to the editor. Others would likely be best off waiting for a proper first edition.
The Scrapbook Lecture... a collection of suspects, is a fact-based historical fiction novel that reads more like an adventure story than a history book. Still, a great deal of effort and research went into making sure that all the actual events portrayed in the past are as accurate as possible. Allow yourself the simple luxury of floating through time with a gifted raconteur as he chauffeurs your imagination through the intermingled storylines of history. The Scrapbook Lecture summarizes a half century of seemingly unrelated events, actions and politics with creative storytelling, and details a long list of people who should have been, or should be, suspects in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Step back from all the commotion that has been distracting people since November 22, 1963... sit in on a lecture and experience a portion of history that few have dared to venture.