PRAISE FOR ‘The Adventures of Buckfart, Seabiscuit, Pedro and the Gang: 1942 – The War Years:
“In the tradition of ‘Huckleberry Finn,’ the boys from Tory Forks will entertain readers of all ages—-those who want to lose themselves in nostalgia for days gone by, and those who can relate to kids on the verge of adulthood, experiencing the thrills of life as they existed during that era.”
“I thoroughly enjoyed this book, it was captivating and reminded me of a mix of my favorite authors: Jack London and Mark Twain. I was spellbound from chapter to chapter and page to page. Buckfart was hard to put the book down once I started to read it. I found myself looking forward to enjoying one adventure to another. I would recommend this book to my friends and family. I plan on buying a copy for all my 30+ grand-children and great grand-children for Christmas.”
-Daniel Eddy (Amazon Kindle edition review)
“This book is a great way to expose today’s young adults to what life was like before video games and 200 cable channels. It will also remind many adults of the things we used to do when we were kids. Honeycutt is a wonderful storyteller! This book will be enjoyed by anyone, young or old, who wants to lose themselves in the thrills and innocence of discovering the world with fresh eyes and a young heart! “
-A. Sacks (Ashland, Oregon)
“A fun read.
We are a home schooling family and it is books like this one that fill our library.
We recommend this work to the young and young at heart.
-Scott Hammond, Author
PRAISE FOR ‘RUN BOBBY RUN!':
“Run Bobby Run is a tantalizing adventure! Just when you think the last of the UFO phenomenon is finished, the best story is now revealed.” -NEW YORK TIMES.
“RUN BOBBY RUN, is a exceptional read, possibly the best UFO story of all times” -SANTA FE REPORTER.
“RUN BOBBY RUN is fiction based on truth, a fascinating and believable UFO abduction” -SEATTLE WEEKLY
“UFO story revealed in FATE magazine for 4 consecutive months.” -FATE MAGAZINE, TRUE REPORTS OF THE STRANGE AND UNKNOWN.
Honorable mentions: The ARCATA EYE, Arcata, Ca.The NORTHCOAST JOURNAL, Eureka, Ca. The CITY PAGES, Minneapolis Mn.
“Run Bobby Run, a UFO story that makes sense.” -CHICAGO SUN TIMES
“After review of Run Bobby Run, it is certain that Lester is one of the best story tellers of our time.” -MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE
“Run Bobby Run, is so well written, it must be true.” -SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
“Run Bobby Run is a legend in the making..” -LOS ANGELES TIMES
“Just when you thought the last of the UFO phenomenon is done, the best is now revealed.” -NEW YORK TIMES
“If one doesn’t believe in Run Bobby Run, then don’t believe in the Universe, it’s alive in every respect.” -PHOENIX REPUBLIC
ADVANCED RECOGNITION FOR RICHARD J. LESTER’S ‘WHERE ANGEL’S NEST’
Glenna Goulet’s presents the coveted….
“TOP BANANA LITERARY AWARD”
Designed to give recognition to Authors that rise above others in style and story content. Richard J. Lester has met this standard and is therefore entitled to the Top of the Bunch with all its rights and privileges.
THE INTERNATIONAL POETRY HALL OF FAME.
Monday, March 3, 1997
This award earned Richard a spot in The International Poetry Hall of Fame Museum.
THE RICHARD LESTER POETRY EXHIBIT
Richard has also been in correspondence with Barrack and Michelle Obama. The President and First lady are big fans of Richards work.
In the early 1990’s Richard was wrongfully sentenced to prison on Marijuana charges. He was a columnist for drugwarprisoners.org. He divided his time between literary work and doing pro bono legal work for other inmates. Mr. Lester served a sixteen year sentence. You can find his columns here: http://www.drugwarprisoners.org/lester.htm