My latest character development for the Birch Clump Village Reader series
is Tim Browne. He also goes by Brownie and as Brownie-T. He comes from a small town in northern Oakland County, Michigan, born in 1951.
He is pictured seated above following a fist fight he was forced into. Most witnesses ran off when the police arrived soon after the brutal fist fight ended. A few few remained behind just to gawk at the exhausted, beaten winner, (Browne) and the antagonist who was knocked out cold.
I have four short stories with Tim Browne as the main protagonist. He was erroneously called a Jew, a claim he neither denies or confirms. He endures occasional anti-Semitic discrimination as a result, including a couple of violent encounters with some bigots.
Rash judgments can sometimes be funny, even in a dangerous situation. Browne is subdued by concerned citizens as he runs from an armed robbery. They think he might be the one who fired a bullet through a restaurant window. His hands are tied behind his back as they hold him for the police. The waitress laughs As they pat him down for weapons, "Do you really think he could hide a pistol in those tight jeans?"