Hard copies of Never Alone are now available on Amazon.com.


The book has not been fully released yet. Electronic versions are not yet available and it’s not up on the Barnes and Noble site as of today. I figure within another month all versions will be available.

Well, it’s been a long time coming. I first started this book back in 2004. Since then I’ve broken it  into three books, added stuff, taken things away and generally learned how to write. I’ve also written two more books to the story making it a 5-book family saga. I welcome you to read Never Alone and offer your opinion. If you are so inclined, say a prayer for me.

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About tedmanzer

I grew up in Old Town Maine and got a B.S. at the University of Maine in Plant Sciences/ minor in Botany. From there I moved to West Virginia and earned a M.S. in Agronomy at WVU. I also met my wife there. She grew up in rural WV as the daughter of tenant farmers who raised cattle and hogs. Their lifestyle at times was one of subsistence and I learned a lot from them. I've always been a foraging buff, but combining my formal botanical knowledge with their practical 'Foxfire-type' background opened up my eyes a little more. I now teach agriculture to high school students at Northeastern High School in Elizabeth City, NC. My wife teaches with me and we make a great team. I also write a weekly nature/foraging column for the local paper (dailyadvance.com) and frequently publish articles in several other newspapers in northeastern North Carolina. I also have written several Christian nature/adventure novels that I plan to publish eventually. One is a five book family saga I call the 'Forgotten Virtues' series. In the first book, Never Alone, a young boy comes of age after his father dies in a plane crash, and he has to make it alone. Never Alone is now available in paperback, Kindle and Nook. The second book, Strange Courage, takes Carl from his High School graduation to his recovery from a nasty divorce. The third book, Second Chances, takes Carl from his ex-wife's death and the custody of his son to his heroic death at age 59. The fourth book, Promises Kept, depicts how his grandchildren react and adjust to his death. In the final book, Grandfather's Way, his youngest and most timid granddaughter emerges from the shadow of her overachieving family and accomplishes more in four months than most do in a lifetime. I use many foraging references with a lot of the plants I profile in these articles in those books.
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4 Responses to Hard copies of Never Alone are now available on Amazon.com.

  1. joanneeddy says:

    Congratulations, Ted! So glad this is in print st last. Can’t wait to get one! Joanne

  2. manzer1@roadrunner.com says:

    I’ve had comments re your book at various places. I’d like several (Maybe 6?) to put in places like the Old Town library , our church, the Museum, etc. I’ll send a check in tomorrow’s mail. Read my post on facebook for my latest calamity! Love, Mom

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