Living in the Flatlands is the story of a small boy and his father, separated by hundreds of miles, as seen through the eyes of a wife and stepmother. In the world of divorce, there is no social justice. During the first decade of this century, Don Starnes devoted his life to making whatever time he was allowed with his son Jesse into an education rich in both civilization and adventure. In playful essays for a web magazine, his wife Connie Kronlokken chronicled this family odyssey.
|Publisher:||Lightly Held Books|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.46(d)|
About the Author
Born in Thief River Falls, Minnesota, Connie Kronlokken has lived in and around San Francisco for many years. She has self-published the novels Pleasure's Only Rule and Friends and Magicians, and directed the film Tenth Moon. Currently, she is working on a series of novels about the peripatetic lives of three siblings, So Are You to My Thoughts. The intent of this series to discover what it takes to become a grownup, the sort of person you would trust with your life.