Myrle has completed his new book “The Bastard Son”: a recounting of one man’s life through disappointment and regret to hope and peace.
Myrle Clarkson knew very early in life that he would be a traveling man. He wanted to see what was over that hill and around that next bend. Myrle loved his job as a conductor on the railroad and traveled the rails for thirty-six years. When he retired, he and his wife-to-be sold everything, bought a big RV, and traveled the continental United States for twelve years. They met many people and saw some beautiful places. They now reside in Las Vegas and pull a handle now and then.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Myrle Clarkson’s alluring story covers ambition and fortune from simple origins.
Unwed and still in school, Irene gives birth to her first child, a boy, and names him Willy. Until Irene can support herself, Willy is placed in an orphanage. She weds Jake, who hates Irene’s bastard son and the ground he crawls on. While growing up, Willy soon learns how to hate this man Jake just as much through his trials and tribulations.
Readers who wish to experience this intriguing work can purchase “The Bastard Son” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.