Join me for the
ReadAlaska Book Fair 2018
November 23, 24, and the 25th, 2018
Friday 10 am to 6 pm
Saturday 10 am to 6 pm
Sunday 12 noon to 5 pm
at the Anchorage Museum
625 C St, Anchorage, AK 99501
FREE Admission for all 3 days
Now share a wonderful journey of Bill Richardson’s half a century of Alaskan adventures!
The oldest reader is a 92 year old man, and the youngest is a 6 year old girl!
These stories do not have any violence, sex, or cussing in them!
Will more books become available?
You betcha! Keep checking this website for updated news!
And there are new pictures in the slideshow. Just keep scrolling down the page!
A great review: "Rating: 5 out of 5. I have just finished reading the first four books in the Alaskan Adventure Series which took me apx. 2 weeks because it was hard to put them down. I did not read them in order and although Bill will tell you can read them in any order, this reader would recommend reading them in series. The reader then experiences the development from book to book and character development as well as plot. There are any number of added plots along the way which makes this series very enjoyable reading. My favorite book was number 2, Corky and the Alaskan Old Timer, for a number of reasons, but all are worth reading and I look forward to reading his latest Corky and the Alaskan Bears. Enjoy your reading." G. Lockwood
Follow Corky Corcoran, a female Bush pilot, who travels throughout the Last Frontier in small planes, and any other way she can! Have you ever tasted smoked Pike? Been followed by a bear? Watched a powerful river pour through the landscape? Felt an earthquake? Survived a plane crash? What is life like in the Bush of Alaska? Read on and enjoy the magnificent beauty and excitement of Alaska living!
And here is Book 5: "Corky and the Alaskan Bears"!
Your Alaskan bear experiences just might provide you with stories like Corky's!
Have you ever been face-to-face with a real grizzly?
What can you do about the upset black bear that completely trashed your storage shed?
What's it like to be followed by a very curious giant grown bear, or was it a grizzly bear?
How about being so close to a big brownie that you could have touched it?
Could you, or should you, help a crippled black bear cub cross a road? So what if the upset Momma is a few feet away in the brush and is clacking her teeth?
Join Alaska Bush pilots, Corky and Mark, as they hear these stories and more from their Alaskan friends.
The events have occurred and the people are composites of people I've known. Remember that there isn't any sex, cussing, or violence in this book or my other books!
And they can be read in any order!