SHORT STORY ANTHOLOGY KING OF THE LAKE: AND OTHER STORIES EXPLORES DIVERSE THEMES OF FATHERHOOD, GROWING OLD, AND QUIRKY CHARACTERS
Author Kira Marie McCullough is celebrating the unveiling of King of the Lake: and Other Stories, her debut short story anthology which officially releases this week from WordCrafts Press. This eclectic collection of stories explores diverse themes ranging from restored fatherhood, to spunky old gals living life on their own terms, to quirky satire involving haute cuisine, the perfect cup of coffee, and a jazz loving tuba player.
About The Author:
Kira Marie McCullough was born in Kansas, the daughter of a pastor and his wife, a teacher. She remembers a happy life growing up with a little sister, in the time of black-and-white television, telephones connected to the wall by a cord, and mom-and-pop grocery stores that carried bubblegum two for a penny. She is currently hard at work on her next fiction project, a novel about a farm community in Kansas, set in the 1940s and ’50s.
“It’s a love story about an unlikely romance between a farmboy, Gabe, and a towngirl, Clare, whose father is deadset against his daughter marrying a farmer. It’s a story of hardships and faith; about one man’s love for the land, and his search for God, who finds him and guides him in mysterious ways,” McCullough say.
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