When they are both writing books, they are a motivating force. Please meet the James Caskey number one, author of The Gentle War and Other Idle Thoughts. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting this gentleman years ago. He’s my friend Martha’s dad, and the spark that led to Martha has got to be a hilarious read. James separates himself from most published authors by having been married for 51 years and, from what I here, being actually in-body for all of them.
The second James Caskey who has threatened to kill me with chili on Super Bowl Sunday is best known for his ghost stories and, well, for killing people with really hot chili. His book The Haunted History of New Orleans: Ghosts of the French Quarter has just come out, and it follows his book Haunted Savannah: The Official Guidebook to Savannah Haunted History Tour. He’s productive enough to make me hate him with a hot fury but polite enough that I’ll share a table with him at the Georgia Historical Society.
Click here to learn more and buy this book. It’s a must for those venturing to New Orleans and serves as sweet stand-in for diabetics lusting for powdered sugar-topped beignets. Those considering ending it all with a tub of warm praline sauce will reconsider just so that they can read and share news of James Caskey #2′s latest work.
I’ve been so inspired by James Caskey #1 and James Caskey #2 that I’ve decided to release my new fake coffee table book just in time for Valentine’s Day. Grooms no longer have to worry about popping the question. Photos and tips from anatomy experts make it all crystal clear.
By the way, this book cover is totally copyrighted to Christine S. Lucas. You may find it on your coffee table one day!