Tunnels In The Briar Patch

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About the author:
A lifelong resident of Virginia, Blaine Coleman majored in Religious Studies and minored in Creative Writing-fiction at Virginia Commonwealth University. He feels fortunate to have studied under many excellent writing teachers at VCU, too many to name, but the most recent were author Clint McGown, to whom he credits his love of poetic prose, and bestselling author Sherri Reynolds. He now lives in a rural setting with his two rescue dogs, a Lab/beagle mix named Joey and an always rambunctious beagle named Leah. He spends his free time gardening, reading and writing.

Tunnels In The Briar Patch

Short Tales Of Roland McCray

Authored by Mr. Blaine Coleman

Roland McCray is a child of the 1960's and grows up during the massive social changes of desegregation, yet his story harkens back to a simpler, less rushed time to be young, before children had cellphones and video games. His moral compass is grounded in his grandfather's quiet, unwavering faith that all things work for the good of those who seek good. But when Roland experiences religious, race, and cultural differences he'd been told were a part of history, he knows that hypocrisy he sees is what he must overcome.
Young Roland's innocence, pathos, and perceptive views are seen in nostalgic parables that have a timeless quality, and his story is clothed in vivid, descriptive imagery and poetic writing that quickly draws the reader into his world

Publication Date:
Jan 07 2013
1481932292 / 9781481932295
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5" x 8"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Juvenile Fiction / Family / General

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