Good Night, Oregon

Good Night, Oregon

by B.K. Froman

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BN ID: 2940161708040
Publisher: Morning West Publishing
Publication date: 10/01/2018
Series: Hope and Hometown Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 626,426
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

B.K. Froman is an award-winning writer, radio/TV talent, and university educator who lives near Portland Oregon after spending several decades in Oklahoma. Her titles draw readers of many genres and ages as she captures a thoughtful and humorous look at people and change, She especially enjoys the camaraderie and quirkiness in small towns and preserves a slice of Americana that is quickly fading. She's a 2018 Laura Award finalist, 2016 National Willa Award recipient, and 2013 Clackamas Literary award winner in Short Works. Froman uses wry humor and clever dialogue to remind her readers that life is all about change.

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Good Night, Oregon 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Do you like Oregon, or quirky characters, or higher education? How about a story of the stories that bring about a young woman's growth from a childhood of rural struggle to the doors that open after a years-long endeavor to attain the degrees that ultimately make a reach for the stars possible? For Stiks (Sophia) Bolton, it's a journey peopled by those she loves, but doesn't always completely understand. After skipping two grades in elementary school, it's a rapid rise for a girl who doesn't always fit in. As she matures, she has to extend tolerance to those she lives with, studies with, learns from, and works alongside. Her light really begins to shine when she takes to the late night airwaves to explore some of the events that furnished the foundation for the life she's determinedly building. Stiks rarely does things the way society might approve, but somehow manages to find the way to come out a winner. This book grabs you early and doesn't let go. I was given Goodnight, Oregon for an honest review. I wholeheartedly recommend it.