Wednesday, June 20, 2012

One of the best things about being a writer

is meeting other writers, forming new friendships, reading their books, and then liking those books so much you want the rest of the world to read them too.

One of those writers is Fred Burwell, and his debut novel is Prairie Hill.

Set in small town Wisconsin, Prairie Hill reflects the values of midwestern America in the characters and their struggles to find themselves within melancholic environs. Fred's prose is gently engaging; I read the book with nary a rest to glance out the window, but when I finished I looked into my garden with new eyes.

Prairie Hill will be offered on a free promotion tomorrow and Friday (6/21-6/22). I encourage you to pick up a copy.

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