Kevin Brennan Writes About What It's Like
I really like what Laura Stanfill is doing with Forest Avenue Press.
More than a year ago, when sifting through submissions for Forest Avenue Press, I found a story about a fisherman raising his granddaughter on a small Alaskan island, while struggling with the death of his wife and trying to make ends meet. Into his relatively stable life walks his estranged daughter, swearing she has changed, and wanting to reclaim a place in her daughter’s life.
I begged for fifty pages after reading the first five. And then I begged for the full. Because I had to know what happened to Ray and his granddaughter Sitka. And then I accepted the book for publication.
Dan Berne’s The Gods of Second Chances releases today, and we’re so excited to report that early readers have had the same reaction as me: they can’t stop reading! If you like fast-paced, beautifully written fiction, try it. Support a small…
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