50 Stories in 50 States: Tales Inspired by a Motorcycle Journey Across the USA Vol 4, the Midwest

50 Stories in 50 States: Tales Inspired by a Motorcycle Journey Across the USA Vol 4, the Midwest

by Kevin B Parsons

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Overview

50 Stories book four visits the Midwest, with tales of logging in Minnesota to the downside of wind farms in Oklahoma. Experience a harrowing motorcycle chase from Sturgis, South Dakota and a bear encounter in Montana. Kansas breaks the fiction mold with a visit to Truckhenge and Ron Lessman's catfish pond. Inspired by his 50 state motorcycle trip, Kevin B Parsons provides insights into the plethora of cultures in each state of the U.S. Approximately 26,000 words.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045983181
Publisher: Kevin B Parsons
Publication date: 06/01/2014
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 545,360
File size: 205 KB

About the Author

Kevin wrote and self-published Ken Johnson and Roxi the Rocker, a children’s book available on Amazon.com. He’s also been published in Honda Red Rider magazine, Racer X magazine, Southwest Airlines’ Spirit magazine, the Las Vegas Review Journal and Cycle News magazine. He also contributed to Seeking God First, an anthology of devotions, and a number of Writers Bloc anthologies. American Motorcyclist magazine published a feature article of his in April of 2012, with a cover shot and six page spread, including photos.Kevin is a member of the Henderson Writers Group and American Christian Fiction Writers. He has also been a member of Toastmasters International since 2006.He blogs twice a week on kevinbparsons.blogspot.com, posts on Author Culture (authorculture.blogspot.com) and Geezer Guys and Gals (geezerguysandgals.blogspot.com), and is a contributing writer to Choices eMagazine.Kevin has owned numerous businesses in the construction, motorcycle, and real estate industries, in Nevada, California, Washington, Oregon and Arizona. He currently lives in Brian Head, Utah with his patient wife Sherri. He’s getting pretty good at shoveling snow at 9,500 feet.

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