'68 – A Novel
'68 is the story of several families living in a small town in Northern California and how they are impacted by the world-changing events of 1968. It is also a story about racial injustice and how, hopefully, we grow beyond it. It is about the lens through which each of us views the world, a work in progress for a lifetime.
About C.W. Spooner (Orange County, California Author)
C.W. Spooner was born and raised in Vallejo, California, though he now calls Orange County home. He is the author of '68 - A Novel; Children of Vallejo - a short story collection; Yeah, What Else? - a collection of essays, memoirs, and poems; and Like a Flower in the Field - a second collection of short stories.
His stories have appeared in Monday Update, The Storyteller, Spitball, Lost Coast Review, and Of Burgers & Barrooms - an anthology published by Main Street Rag. Spooner earned a B.S. in Management from Golden Gate University and enjoyed a forty-year career in Information Technology management.