Posts Tagged ‘Fort Davis’

Chapter 3 “This is it? What, is it the economy model?” “No, smartass,” Nguyen answered with an eyeroll. “This is literally the highest tech that exists anywhere in the world. You and your boys will walk into it, and walk out the other side into 1881 West Texas. Specifically, you’ll walk out of the Sutler’s […]


Chapter 2  “Here, Hasibullah? You’re sure this is the place?” “Yes, this is it,” Hasibullah answered. “It’s the same place I met the Chinaman before.” A hundred freezing Taliban fighters huddled in the pitch-black woods beside a dirt road in the Tagab Valley, in northeastern Afghanistan’s Kapisa Province. Steam rose from the clusters they’d gathered […]


I’ve finally been inspired to write again. I recently visited Fort Davis, Texas, on a family vacation. The landscape reminded me of Afghanistan, and the combination of Afghanistan landscape with an old west army fort reminded me of a book I heard of in the 1980s: Remember the Alamo. Remember the Alamo was written by Kevin Randle […]