A MESSAGE FROM DON KEITH:
I have been fortunate to have published and received positive reviews for writing books dealing with subjects in which I am naturally interested. Thankfully, enough readers share these interests that publishers keep allowing me to do so. My works, both fiction and non-fiction, are on a wide variety of topics including World War II and nuclear submarines, military history, college football, NASCAR, broadcasting, and more. Click on a book cover above or visit the WORKS page to see more information. See my latest books in various genre below.
I am also very active in the hobby of amateur radio (my call sign is N4KC and my ham radio website is here). I enjoy writing articles for those interested in and newcomers to this wonderful past-time. After many requests, I have put them--including some brand new material--into book form. I am evangelical about the hobby, too, and have designed premium items to help others spread the word about this dynamic pastime.
I maintain a blog on the subject of rapid technological change as it affects media, society and amateur radio. It can be found HERE. I have also just started a major project to encourage people to join me in capturing and publishing eyewitness history. The UNTOLD MILLIONS Oral History Project is an attempt to gather and make available descriptions, journals, and recollections of those who have lived important historical events. I have also published an e-book on the subject that may be downloaded HERE. Learn more about this vital work HERE.
Please click on the menu options at the top of the page to see events, signings, my bio, a listing of my books with ordering information, and more. I welcome your visit to and participation in my various social media sites below as well.
NEW! NOW IN BOOKSTORES AND ONLINE!
Visit the WORKS page to see info on all of the books by Don Keith and to order your copies
"Shelley Stewart's story is astonishing, and Don Keith has told it with grace and honesty."
-- Robert Inman, author of The Governor's Lady
Mattie C.'s Boy is the remarkable, true story of a man who overcame a childhood of abuse, racism and heartbreak to become a highly-honored broadcaster, human rights spokesperson, and successful businessman.
"One of the most unusual, entertaining, and inspiring books you will read this year!"
"I can't stop thinking about some of the ideas and the characters. A book that is this much fun to read and makes you think like this- it's a winner."
--Reader review on Amazon.com
Don Keith's latest novel, THE SPIN, tells the story of one man's desperate spin of the roulette wheel in Las Vegas...an event that becomes so much more than just a foolish gamble...for him and for thousands of others who follow his quest to fulfill a long-held dream.
LATEST MILITARY THRILLER
"...the plot unfolds like a summer blockbuster..." -- Publishers Weekly
FIRING POINT...the new thriller by Don Keith and CDR George Wallace (USN retired)...and soon to be a major motion picture (working title: HUNTER KILLER)! Now available in mass market paperback, audio and e-book wherever books are sold.
Click HERE to visit the web site of George Wallace, Don's co-author
LATEST HISTORICAL NON-FICTION
UNDERSEA WARRIOR, the never-before-told story of World War II's first submarine "ace," Dudley "Mush" Morton and his amazing boat USS Wahoo. Click HERE to see Don's interview aboiut the book on CSPAN-2's "Book TV." See EVENTS for more appearances in support of this new book.
"I wholeheartedly recommend Undersea Warrior. Don Keith has done a fine job. Buy the book! It is a great read and one you will want to keep."
--The Silent Sentinel
"Don Keith should rightly be regarded as the most prolific current historian of U.S. submarine history. Undersea Warrior is a fast-paced and well-written history. (T)hose who want to learn about the first U.S. submarine ace and WAHOO’s remarkable story will enjoy Undersea Warrior." --The Submarine Review (official journal of the Naval Submarine League)
Visit the WORKS page to see all books by Don Keith, learn more, and obtain your copies.
Thank you to all for your continued support and comments. Writing is necessarily a lonely undertaking and it is always good to hear that something I have committed to paper affects someone on some level I am always glad to hear from you.