Bill Sheehan is an author and screenwriter. He has authored four young adult historical fiction books. His first book was adapted from a teleplay he wrote in the 80’s from the TV series, “Father Murphy.” One of his books, Posilidad Remota, has been translated to Spanish which includes three true stories regarding immigration issues.
Understanding Sundowners Syndrome
Young Readers, Historical Fiction
"Ugly Sunsets" is a fictional story about a young person, Jesse, who visits her grandmother in a nursing home only to learn about Sundowners Syndrome the hard way.
Young Adult, Historical Fiction
"Bottom Dogs" is a fictional story based on actual facts, about three characters, a boy from Mexico, an old groom, and a deformed colt born in the 1950’s. Together they face their circumstances and overcome obstacles. This is one of the stories in the book Posibilidad Remota, but told in English.
Jóvenes adultos, no ficción, antología, español
Tres historias reales sobre temas de inmigración, escritas en español, tienen lugar en Columbia, México, China, Nueva York y Texas.
A Tail Among Tales
Young Readers, Historical Fiction, Mystery
“A Tail Among Tales” features a collection of mystery stories. As the title implies, the fictional stories are patterned after or reference a number of persons and a tail (horse) from the 1880s, 1930s, and 1950s.
TOGETHER WE SERVED
STORIES FROM COMBAT NAVY
SERVING IN THE VIETNAM JUNGLES
“They gave their all, and almost 60,000 of them died.
Listening to the stories of the remaining Vietnam
Veterans is very important.”
-Roy J. McDonald, former NY State Senator
Published by: Luminate7 Publishing