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Your RV Life begins its road trip

For the past 15 years, veteran RV technician Rodney Simmons has wanted to create a TV show. Last week, with the help of a director and the crew at his mobile repair business, Simmons moved a step closer to accomplishing that dream. The show, “Your RV Life”, follows the crew of Simmons’ Carrolton, Texas-based Blue Moon Mobile RV as they visit campgrounds and parks across Texas to give viewers a look inside the lives of RVers, offering maintenance and RV tips along the way… Read More

Kauffman’s Project 14 Book One Release Date Set

Project 14 will be released on July 22, 2014 on Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com The Osmond family’s California-based publishing company, Sourced Media Books, announces the release of Project 14: The Legend of Beelzebub’s Bluff, the first in a multi-book young adult adventure series. Read More

A New Feature Interview

Grant Kauffman had quite a productive 2013, releasing two books. The first was a novel called Project 14: The Legend of Beelzebub’s Bluff, a young adult adventure story about five kids who get trapped in a cave system far below the earth’s surface while on a family camping trip… Read More

Our First Newspaper Feature

Screenplays and video production used to be his vehicles. His creativity came through in motion. A career shift and move to McKinney later, resident Grant Kauffman has another way to entertain. Last week he published his first novel, “Project 14: The Legend of Beelzebub’s Bluff,” a young adult adventure story with hope for a new beginning….Read More

Project 14 Review on Goodreads

We all remember sitting around the campfire spinning spine-tingling yarns full of thrills and chills, and herein lies the launching point for Grant Kauffman’s densely action-packed YA adventure story, Project 14: The Legend of Beelzebub’s Bluff…Read More

Rattlebone Tales, Volume 1 Review

Rattlebone Tales Volume I by Grant Kauffman (a Texas author) is a collection of 8 short stories and some of them will rattle your bones. And your brain The author draws inspiration for these stories from some unlikely places: the housing bubble, the slippery slope of reactionary politics, and possibly the establishment where he gets his hair cut…Read More