Time to kick it down a notch and LYAO while navigating the everyday world around you! Open up these pages and dive in…poems, drawings, anecdotes…all created to remind you about the lighter (more important) side of adulting.
Celebrating a brand new face amid the small press world, Twisted River Publishing is pleased to share The Colors of Beech Hill, by Hillary Danaher. With its first printing, The Colors of Beech Hill was nominated for the Michigan Notable Book of the Year award, and earned the #1 spot on regional bestseller lists for several weeks.
Nick is tired of playing shortstop for his sorry old ball team in
Northport, Michigan. So when all the pro players go on strike,
he ditches the boys and ventures into the woods at Beech Hill
to find his sister’s old tree fort and a new kid named Tony,
who has both wild eyes and grand ideas for summertime fun.
But the summer of 1981 turns into more than Nick
was counting on as he finds himself engineering a contraption
to squelch an insolent bully and weathering storms that arise
out of seemingly nowhere. And Nick hadn’t banked on either
the courage it would take to come to grips with the loss of his
own dad or the amazing power that friendship can have in the
midst of even the darkest of storms.
The Colors of Beech Hill by Hillary Danaher ~ $10 + $3 shipping
Carolyn Waddell is a writer and a poet. Buddy and Rowan is her first published tale, and is lovingly dedicated to her grandson. Throughout its pages, Buddy and Rowan form a fast friendship that will warm the reader’s heart from start to finish.
Buddy and Rowan by Carolyn Waddell ~ $10 + $3 shipping