I'm excited about the opening of my website. I want to welcome everyone. Thanks go out to my beautiful daughter, Jessica Grassi, for all the work she has put into it. It occurs to me as this all comes together that this is not the only new experience currently in my life. Anyone who has read any of the Macarastor books will be aware that one of my main characters, Tom Cord, carries as his side arm an 1870 Smith and Wesson Schofield revolver, one of the first cartridge firing hand guns ever made. Originally intended for cavalry troopers, it broke apart and ejected its empty shell casings all at once instead of one at a time, and could be reloaded while riding. Well, just about a week ago, I picked up my own Schofield, a .38 caliber nickel plated, pearl handled (simulated) reproduction manufactured in Italy by A. Uberti. I'm just as excited about my new acquisition as I am about the website and I can't wait to get it to the range and test it out. Until next time, I hope you enjoy the website and the books it showcases.