K.G. Powderly Jr. writes both fiction and historical non-fiction and teaches 20th century history and worldviews for a large home school co-op. He also studies History at Noah Webster College (now that he’s in his fifties) and speaks on a wide range of topics. He has realized his life-long dream of working part-time in a book store with one of those nifty rail-ladders that run along the book shelves like a trolley car with extra steps. Only one frontier remains for him: The bookstore manager, however, still will not let him ride the rail ladder, nor push her along while she rides it. They are still friends.