Sowell Swift miraculously recovered from an electro-chemical accident, and upon regaining consciousness, he discovered that his mind function and his muscular capabilities had become extraordinarily accurate and quick. Utilizing his newly-developed powers, he becomes an outstanding scholar, musician, and athlete throughout his remaining three years of high school. Not long after graduating, Sowell entered professional baseball and was soon playing for a leading New York team. "So Swift - Vol. I" takes the readers with Sowell through his first year in professional baseball, letting them vicariously experience his personal life and emotional involvements, as well. "So Swift - Vol. II" parallels the Volume I experiences, expanding and refining them as Sowell begins to learn about his divine assignments, (called his "mission.") The author is hopeful that the reader will find Sowell to be a humorous and enjoyable young man, one who would be chosen to be a personal friend. Chesley Austin, in spite of having spent thirty-three years in public school teaching, has a wide variety of life experiences in his background. He has been a steelworker, a groundsman, a bakery worker, a warehouseman, a security agent, a painter, a station attendant, a school bus driver, a cannery worker, a linguist, an insurance training graduate, a curriculum coordinator, a refrigeration repair technician, a farm boy, a truck driver, a regional manager in a national corporation, a surveying assistant, an Air Force instructor, a salesman, an amateur boxer, and an amateur thespian, (the final two listed, being unpaid.) His primary participation interests are languages and vocal music. If you hadn't already guessed, Mr. Austin would tell you that he didn't have time to write, until after he retired.