From today until Tuesday (2/28) when In a Northern Town releases, two stories are available for FREE DOWNLOAD at the Amazon Kindle store.

The first story, Whiskey Stains the Paper, tells the tale of Maria, a teenage girl who is forced to confront her mysterious father during a tumultuous two-week stay at his home in northern Michigan.

The second story, Merely an Illusion, tells the tale of a reclusive author in northern Michigan who spontaneously, and rather mysteriously, grants an unknown journalist the first interview since her lone bestselling novel was published more than twenty years ago.

To read, click on the covers below and download for free from Kindle.

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IN A NORTHERN TOWN

From the author of Between Two Slopes and Somewhere More Than Free comes a collection of short stories that spans the stunning and vast landscape of northern Michigan.

iant-promo-image-cover-onlyIn a Northern Town follows the characters who reside in this often-overlooked region as they navigate their way through journeys of grief to find their own means of escape. The stories begin and end with brutally honest personalities: an old fisherman living in isolation on the shores of Lake Huron, a teenage girl who must confront her mysterious father, young brothers who find themselves caught between two evils, and a reclusive author who grants a reporter the first interview since her lone bestseller more than two decades ago.

Share in the triumph, pain and loss of innocence that these characters experience in some of the most richly painted tales that could speak for any corner of rural America.

Available February 28th! Pre-Order Today:

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