Larry G. Johnson devoted periods of his life to ministry, college administration, and counseling. He also owned one of the oldest bookstores in the United States, and then he became a newspaper columnist. The author is now a self-unemployed journalist who migrates back and forth between his little lakeside retreat in northwest Georgia, and a special place at the edge of the wilderness on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska. This wandering writer’s other interests include woodworking and winemaking.
2014 Georgia Author of the Year Nominee
The War Baby
Larry G. Johnson