My books

Hello Everyone out there in Cyberspace …

I am T. Garth Connelly … I am a “fifty-something” author and historian. I was first published in 1994, by Squadron/Signal Publications, for which I wrote for until 2009.  Since 2015, I’ve been what’s known as an “Indie Author”, someone who self-publishes their own books. It is the easiest way to get published. When I’m not writing books, I can be found on, racing. I collect scale plane and ship models, and I am an avid reader. My two most favorite authors are Maggie Lynn Heron-Heidel and Clive Cussler.

These are my most recent books. I would like to invite you all to buy and read them. And, if you wouldn’t mind, please post a review of them on Thank you. To buy the books here ~ just click on the images of the book covers and you’ll be taken to Amazon.

The Woman Who Understands: Remembrances of A Walk with An Angel Who Saw Beyond Boundaries … This is an autobiographical look at the author’s two love affairs and his years in college from 1978 to 1983. He offers his thoughts about being a severally disabled man during that time, his view on friendships and hell describes how one special girl literally rebuilt his life after his ex-fiancée broke his heart and almost destroyed his dream of getting a college degree.

The Bambi… A man is going through his late father’s estate and finds a unpublished memoir on his father’s computer. The man prints some of the document and reads it. He discovers a lot about his father which he never knew and realizes that his father led a honorable life and had an undying love for his mother. THE BAMBI is the story of an young and dashing naval officer named Tom Clarke. It follows his life from his experiences at a northeastern prep school in the mid-1930s to his experiences at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland from the mid-1930s to the late-1930s and his experiences in the southwest Pacific during World War II as the skipper of a PT boat.

Pathos: A Collection… A collection of poems, written about a love and about feelings.

My poetry book won an award in 2018

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