“Maley’s descriptions of the difficulties faced by a young boy on the run in strange surroundings, as well as his well-researched political context, make the book a compelling and thought-provoking read.”– G. Ganong


Maley wrote a screenplay set in “bleeding Kansas” of the 1850s. Afterwards, his readers all asked to know more about one of the minor characters, a runaway slave boy. More research followed and the work morphed into a novel for middle grades and young adults with themes of literacy, freedom and duty.

Maley has produced four short comedy films. Coincidentally, people are starting to ask him to do eulogies.

Maley is a confirmed flatlander. He and his wife live in Oklahoma. When he has his dobber down, he likes to spend time up home in the Flint Hills of Kansas, which helped inspire the story Three Links Of Chain.

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T-Bob Corvus, figment

I’ve been yearning to interview T-Bob Corvus and I was lucky enough to sit down across from a mirror and there he was. He’s a figment, but very handsome and might be mistaken for me but he is right-handed. Here’s how it went:

Okay, T-Bob Corvus, if that’s your real name…

It’s not.

…it’s time to separate the real from the cereal. You’ve […]

I have a figment named T-Bob Corvus that’s self-published two ebooks at Amazon. Sorry to say, but T-Bob is too cheap to release in paperback. The first is called “The Couillon,” a dark story about a prissy, superstitious social climber that thinks his wife’s ghost wants him dead. http://www.amazon.com/Couillon-T-Bob-Corvus-ebook/dp/B015HLM8SI

T-Bob’s second offering is “The Flank Strap.” You’ve heard of urban fantasy? This […]

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