The Entertainer Newspaper article

The Entertainer Newspaper article Just ran across this article that was posted in the Entertainer several months back. I had not posted it because (I think at least that) this web page did not exist at the time. Enjoy: https://www.facebook.com/theentertainernewspaper/posts/626842184024032 Thanks to all of my good friends who have bought and read my book.

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Bonnie Jean says my book is good!

My sister Bonnie Jean Price of North Carolina called today to tell me that my book “Captains All” by me, Frank Ellsworth Lockwood, was really good!  Thanks Bonnie Jean! I am glad you liked it. I hope you don’t mind if I post an old-time photo of you here. Isn’t she a hearth throb? June 1961, kids!Continue reading “Bonnie Jean says my book is good!”

Welcome and all aboard for “Captains All,” an adventure story with a surreal ending.

Frank Ellsworth Lockwood Thank you for viewing my pages. My name is Frank Ellsworth Lockwood, and I am the author of “Captains All: The Final Cruise”, released in November, 2013. (https://captainsall.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/bookcoverimagereal.jpg) Overview A Manchester, England boy rebels and runs away seeking adventures and freedom in America. As a youth, the hero escapes religious bondage, theContinue reading “Welcome and all aboard for “Captains All,” an adventure story with a surreal ending.”

“I am a carpent…

“I am a carpenter, just like Jesus was a carpenter. Whatever they need … I build it. Sometimes it’s a chapel!” He lowered his pitch … “Sometimes it’s a scaffold.” The new novel, “Captains All,” by Frank Ellsworth Lockwood, is about a lad whose father chooses a career for him, molds him, prepares him, indoctrinatesContinue reading ““I am a carpent…”

Purchase “Captains All” online

Buy”Captains All” fast at the following link: Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Captains-All-Frank-Ellsworth-Lockwood/dp/1481988522/ An Americana tale by Frank Ellsworth Lockwood that begins in Salford, England in 1866 and ends with a surreal California scenario in 1963. Check it out!