Through sheer grit, Jim Fisher rose from scrapyard worker to controlling the electrical grid of Pittstown. Endless shifts restoring power after storms and keeping utility workers safe cost him his family and home. The stress of several near-death accidents pushes him to uproot and fly to paradise to pursue the life of an artist. Developing diverse friendships with colorful characters nurtures his desire to embark on a new path filled with hope. But instead of settling into his new island lifestyle, brushes with the homeless population leave him pondering truth and reality. He finds himself the target of unseen forces as he questions if refuge is a place, or a state of mind.
|Publisher:||Brave Knight Writers|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.87(d)|
About the Author
Bill and Dale Ann have hiked and motorcycled through much of North America, Europe, and the Caribbean islands. Their works include several short stories and two novel-length fiction creations, one of which involves a haunting-inspired by a house they lived in. They self-published Havasupai in 2015. Their current project, a creative nonfiction story, involves a violent home invasion they endured, ending in a shooting. Bill writes and edits and is a gentleman farmer. He has won awards for flash fiction at Saint Davids Christian Writers Conference. Dale Ann edits and is an early childhood educator and preschool director at a high school. She earned two master's degrees from Edinboro University, in educational psychology and early childhood education. They are committed to the writing craft, attend writing conferences, and have completed master's level writing courses at Southern New Hampshire University.