Red Road Redemption: Country Tales from the Heart of Wisconsin

Red Road Redemption: Country Tales from the Heart of Wisconsin

by Pamela Fullerton
Red Road Redemption: Country Tales from the Heart of Wisconsin

Red Road Redemption: Country Tales from the Heart of Wisconsin

by Pamela Fullerton



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Red Road Redemption is an unforgettable collection of short stories filled with haunting characters, both human and animal, overflowing with thought-provoking drama, humor, and nostalgia. Take an unquiet walk in the woods, peer through a poignant lens at disappearing family farms, and cheer for the dog pack struggling to bring home the best gifts ever.

Find a holiday allegory to share, classic car memories, and the story of a bull who purrs, all seasoned with triumph and tragedy. Encounter the Unseen Menace, the Old Grey Mare, and a distinctive terrier named Dickens. Meet the Forest Witch, grieve in the hay loft of a magnificent barn, and rejoice in the yarn of the Pink Tiger.

Each of these 'Country Tales from the Heart of Wisconsin' is a unique depiction of the varied inhabitants found at the farm, an Amish harness maker's shop, the neighborhood tavern, and right next door: all in the heart of red granite country.

       Join us for a memorable stroll down that iconic red gravel road.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798986336534
Publisher: Wisconsin Writers Association
Publication date: 04/25/2023
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 206
Sales rank: 934,757
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Pamela J.A. Fullerton was born in Milwaukee and raised in rural Wisconsin. She was the middle sibling in a family of 15 P.K.s (Preacher's Kids). She began her advanced education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison at age fifteen and eventually secured her BS over a decade later while working full-time and raising her sons. Another decade passed before she obtained her law degree, also from UW-Madison. She pursued careers in Human Resources, Educational Administration, and as an Administrative Law Judge.In her first-ever literary competition, stories from her collection won first, second, and third place in the prestigious Wisconsin Writer's Jade Ring Contest, an unprecedented honor. Many other awards followed. Her articles and stories have appeared in such diverse publications as Wisconsin People & Ideas, Country, and Modern Arabian Horse.She is currently co-producer of the documentary "Honor in the Air," a film about the life of an unsung American and Wisconsin Vietnam Era military hero. She is an accomplished public speaker and in demand as a storyteller. She lives on her farm near Wausau where she breeds and trains Arabian and Thoroughbred performance and endurance racehorses, and where she writes.She writes about those things that allow us as human beings the great privilege of laughter...or tears.
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