Harry James Fox has retired from a long career in natural resource conservation with the U.S. Department of the Interior. He is also a retired officer in the U.S. Army Reserve. He spends most of his time in New Mexico, enjoying the Chihuahuan Desert. But he can also be found part of the year in Winston-Salem, NC, spending time with his grand-children.
He is an avid reader and himself has written two books. He has studied and read deeply in theology, and his book, Cross-Currents: Making Sense of the Christian Life takes an in-depth look at current challenges facing the Christian Church. On Amazon
His second book is a fantasy novel called The Stonegate Sword. Also on Amazon Both books were Award-Winning Finalists in the International Book Awards.
He enjoys elk hunting, the outdoors, genealogy, and fellowship with church friends. He likes patriotic parades, coffee, Earl Gray Tea, New Mexico green chiles, horses, and the outdoors. He does not like chocolate, too-sweet desserts, long speeches, or having to wear reading glasses.