as if you are walking in the fields of a classic novelist with
this brilliant look at two brothers growing up on a
Nebraska wheat farm in the 1930s. The pursuit of
their individual passions separates them until an ironic twist of fate
brings one of them home in an emotional change of heart.
The poignant story describes the interconnections of
family, dreams and sacrifices.
distinctive writing style of Edward Motketsan builds the
story on multiple planes from the very first page as he carefully
conveys the depth of the characters. The novel keeps
you engaged until the last page is reached and the
story comes together in a sublime and lucid finale. In today's
fast-paced world of instant life, this is a welcomed leisurely stroll of how
our grandparents enjoyed to live.
Wounded Crows don't Fly
A dramatic story set to the beat of a
classic melody. A gripping tale that keeps you
intrigued and guessing until the last few pages. Chase Harris is a
character that will stay with you long after you have finished the book.
His charismatic character, integrity, and passion for music leads us to believe
that there is something more to music than risqué
videos and rhythms for dance.
Chase gives us a view into the life of a songwriter and musician
and does it with the same integrity and passion that he portraits in his
everyday existence. Pick up a copy of this novel and be taken to another
world where the characters are more concerned with living life instead of
in Pursuit of the