Contains over one hundred descriptions of the Battle of the Alamo by people who were witnesses or who claimed to have witnessed the event. These accounts are the basis for all of the histories, traditions, myths, and legends of this famous battle. Many are conflicting, some are highly suspect as to authenticity, but all are intriguing.
Bill was born and raised in New York City. He writes about John Steinbeck, Davy Crockett, the Alamo, and September 11, 2001. He has been a member of the Western Writers of America since 1993, and has served on the WWA’s executive board twice. He looks forward to attending the WWA’s convention every year where he lends his voice and guitar to the nightly music. He is the composer of the song, Western Writers of America, and founder of the fabulous “Gronettes” chorus line.
He now lives in Texas.