Obstaclēs, an undersized giant, has a plan to fit-in. His scheme in jeopardy, Obstaclēs must decide; see it through or accept that plans change. Wendigo, night wolves and Crocodilian Sentinels only promise to complicate matters.
Gregory E. Ransom is a daily survivor within the wilds of his middle school history classroom. Using myths and legends from around the globe, Gregory dives beyond the rote memorization of dates and strives to capture the imagination of his students through story telling. Born in Washington, D.C. and reared in the nearby historical city of Alexandria, VA, Gregory has been a student of the past and diverse culture most of his life.
As an educator, summers have become a time when Gregory can focus on establishing himself as a freelance writer and poet. It took time to get to here; from being chased by an African bull elephant in the Botswana bush, to getting lost in a Central American rain forest, to trying his hand at taming farmland from the seat of a Massey Ferguson tractor in rural North Carolina. With his wife and three young sons, Gregory is now nestled back near his roots in the D.C. Metropolitan area; still adventuring, only now from the safety of his laptop keyboard.