CURRENT EVENTS TAKE ON A STOMACH-CLENCHING URGENCY AS NOVELIST PONDERS END OF DAYS SCENARIO
Author KL Palmer is celebrating the re-release of her eerily prescient novella, The Endurants, which is available at retail today, Wednesday, June 2, 2021, in hardback, trade paperback, and all major ebook formats from WordCrafts Press. Palmer originally self-published the novella in 2015 under the name of KL Collins. The popular novelist recently signed with WordCrafts Press to bring her new and backlist titles to a fresh audience.
The study of the final events of history and the ultilmate destiny of the human race.
The 10-week theology course was supposed to be an easy A; an elective to fulfill my degree requirements at the university.
Wars, and Rumors of Wars.
Global Climate Devastation.
Famine. Pestilence. Pandemic.
It might not be the Second Coming of Christ, but suddenly the Apolcalypse, the End of Days, no longer seemed like a far off fairy tale. Jim Morrison once opined, No one here gets out alive.
Except us. We will endure.
KL Palmer calls herself the working mother’s author. Even though she hasn’t (yet) written a book on how to be a better mom, or how to incorporate your personal life into your long work day; she did follow her dream and write a novel—or five. She hopes to inspire other working moms to write, or follow their dreams wherever they lead, and not give up.
One thing that sets her apart from other authors is her propensity to write what she calls break chapters—chapters short enough to take a bathroom break, commercial break, or smoke break away from life, with each averaging just two to three pages. She wants to bring reading back into the lives of busy people; to show that you can, in fact, enjoy a book and take time for yourself; and do so with the limited and precious spare time you have.
Born and raised in a quiet Amish-surrounded community in Pennsylvania, she now resides in Tennessee with her family. In addition to being employed full time in a corporate real estate position, Palmer remains passionate about her church and her writing. She jokes that her mind never shuts off. Even in the most inopportune time she’s jotting down ideas for the next manuscript. Just don’t tell her boss!