Maybe I Should Have Hit the Delete Key
On April 18, 2013, the Harvey County Independent ran a column written by Bill Bush about his daughter and son's toy poodle, Anna. Maybe I Should Have Hit the Delete Key contains Bill's first one hundred columns published in the Independent. A variety of topics include: Passion for running, smalltowns, his children, daylight savings time, and peanut butter The excitement and obstacles of tryingto start a writing career NFL controversies of Ray Rice andplayers kneeling for the National Anthem Tough issues like terrorism, target'sbathroom policy, minimum wage, Westboro Baptist Church, Donald Trump, and freedom and socialism Solutions for the societal problems of gay marriage and the IRS Fears of publishing a novel, dating, not being happy and watching his aunt die Flash fiction stories about skunks, aliens, friendship, and parenthood, and shares excerpts from longer fictional work
Some humorous, some serious, all thought provoking, Bill's column, So Many Thoughts So Little Time can be read regularly in the Harvey County Independent located in Halstead, Kansas.
About Bill Bush (Wichita, Kansas Author)
Bill Bush grew up in Yates Center, Kansas, and is a graduate of Yates Center High School and Tabor College, where he earned a Master's degree in Accounting. He is a CPA and runner as well as a writer, is author of several collections of short stories, and has written a column in the Harvey County Independent since April, 2013.
His desire to write comes from his mom, Phyllis Roth Lewis, who was a published author and wrote numerous short stories, poems, and books.
Bill lives in Halstead, Kansas with his two teenage children, who are the inspiration behind many of his stories.