Hats Off! to Tom Wood who has three pieces in Words on Water, a collection of water-themed short fiction and poetry, from the Harpeth River Writers. One remembers "A Night at the Beach"; another, about someone trying to find water, is titled "Drink in the Desert"; and a third, "Remembrances," features a poem from his uncle, Dr. William Wood, about time he spent with Tom's father (Tom Sr.) at the family farm near Elkin in the 1930s. Also, the nine HRW members combined their talents when each wrote a different character for a chain story called "The Many Names of Jillyn," about a murder at the 25th high school reunion (Franklin High School). Finally, Tom has a recent piece in The Nashville Ledger on cold-case private investigator Sheila Wysocki, one of "the most fascinating people (he's) ever interviewed."