As a Christmas gift to all my readers, I have lowered the prices on the novel I spent a majority of 2012 working on: The Stagner Chronicle. I will not be receiving any money from the sale of the book–that’s the only way to get the price so low. If you do download it for free or buy a cheap version of the printed book, I hope you will be kind enough to provide me with any feedback or reactions (I can never get enough feedback).
Merry Christmas to you all! Enjoy!
31 years after the conclusion of America’s Second Revolution, those involved in the events release “The Stagner Chronicle.” This oral history documents a drastically different history from the one set in the history books. While living in a dystopian America, three young men and women accidently spark a revolution. When they are declared enemies of the state, the trio must avoid capture or risk being thrown in an underground prison-known as a Black Site. Meanwhile, The Revolution gains some real traction.
I got back from Washington about 14 hours before Thanksgiving Dinner. Now, as the Holiday Weekend comes to a close, I find myself with a score of decisions and realizations. With 50 days left before I am scheduled to leave for Morocco with the Peace Corps, there is plenty to figure out in a short amount of time. For the first time in my life, I am coming to a crossroads where straight is no longer an option. I must make a hard decision.
Although I do have more pressing matters to think and write about, the one I spent today on seemed appropriate. I have been mulling over the idea of home for more than a month now. I finally found the words to articulate the feeling that has been grown inside of me. I hope you enjoy it.