“Mark Twain would have loved your excellent stories, Rolland." Jonathan David Masters, Professional Literary Reviewer
"To understand Overland Park writer Rolland Love, think Mark Twain." Nick Kowalczyk, The Kansas City Star.
“Rolland Love’s writing transfigures his Ozark Mountains stories into a series of fantastic tales Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer could have only dreamed of.” Amazon Kindle —Featured Author Review.
“Rolland Love is a master storyteller. His Ozark Mountains novels and short stories always end well and leaves the reader with a sense of well being. His MARK TWAIN style is enjoyed by all ages.” Judith Bader Jones, author of Delta Pearls and Moonflowers on the Fence.
Table of Contents - Award Winning Stories
Rendering a Hog @ Grandpa’s Ozark Mountains Farm
A Belgium Draft Horse Named Clyde
Gathering Eggs at the Chicken House
Grandpa’s Ozark Mountains Hay Barn
Uncle Ira’s River’s Edge Pool Hall
ZIG: The Best Bird Dog in the Ozark Mountains
Boy Breaks Ice Swims To Safety
Growing up in the Ozark Mountains
Guarding Mom’s Garden
Leaves of Three Let Them Be
Dead Opossum Walking
Ozark Mountain Outhouse “Privy”
The Lonliest Firefly Is The Brightest
Rolland Love is a speaker, award-winning author, and stage and film performer. ✎ He teaches writing, storytelling, journaling and Lewis and Clark workshops for Kids and a workshop for Senior Adults about why it is important they write their life story. He has made presentations to Boy Scouts, Schools, Libraries, Camp Fire USA, Retirement and Assisted Living Facilities, Churches, Dinner and Business Meetings, Civic Groups … ✎ Played a doctor on TLC – Discovery - Mystery Diagnosis.
He has had stage and film roles as a villain, monk, medical healer, John Calvin McCoy, founder of Westport Missouri, Silas Goodrich, Expert Fisherman with Lewis and Clark during the bicentennial in 2004, Major John Neelly in Grinder's Stand: A Tragedy of Blood, a stage play written by Oakley Hall III.
Love has published (3) novels, (35) short stories, a best selling computer directory and co-authored an award-winning cookbook Homegrown in the Ozarks: Mountain Meals and Memories. He created a website that prompts people to write their life story called Imastory. http://www.imastory.com/
Rolland's award Winning Short Stories are based on his experiences growing up in the Ozark Mountains. The latest release is an Audio version of Ozark Mountains Fishing Stories, visit his website for information about how to download a copy.
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