• Booksigning at The Center for Southern Folklore
    Booksigning at The Center for Southern Folklore
  • Booksigning at That Bookstore in Blytheville
    Booksigning at That Bookstore in Blytheville
  • BEA Book Signing
    BEA Book Signing
  • These blue bib overalls are exactly like the ones Gill Erby would wear in The Legend of Quito Road.
    Dwight Fryer as the Main Character Gill Erby
  • Front Row (left to right): Itys Goodson, Aloa Goodson Cook, Elvis (El) Goodson, Henry Carroll, Mary Goodson Carroll/Back Row (left to right): Alto Carroll Vick, Josephine Carroll Jones, Thomas Carroll, Koa Carroll, Elizabeth Carroll Newton, Esther Carroll
    The Carroll Family
  • My days as a turf grass farmer taught me much about sowing, maintaining and harvesting. Remember, your crop will come from your own seed.
    The Old Sod Farm
  • Great barbeque is slow cooked over a wood fire and is seasoned thoroughly! Look for insights to fine barbeque in The Legend of Quito Road.
    Making Smoke!
  • This is not my heavy Chevy, but I own one just like it and it is identical to the first car I ever owned.
    Heavy Chevy
  • My brother James snapped this photo one week before my surgery for colon cancer in October 1998. I wrote my first novel The Legend of Quito Road during the seven years I have been in remission.
    Dwight in Front of Lake
  • What happens to a shadow when the one that cast it goes away? I encourage men to stay near their children...the shadows they cast. This picture is of my father years after surviving cancer and other health problems. Even still, James Fryer, Jr. always was
    My father, James Fryer Jr.
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