Wednesday, August 28, 2013

"The older I get, the bigger my coffee cup gets" - Author @twomileranch

Genre: Contemporary Fiction
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In a quintessential small Midwestern town, Professor Joshua Stone is a popular, outgoing, and quirky professor at Grant’s Hill College. He lives alone with his dog, rides a bicycle everywhere, and has memorized the high school mascot names of his students.  He’s a 3-on-3-basketball player and fan who’s insular life centers around his teaching. Joshua confronts his demons while recovering from an unprovoked near-death attack. His search for an elusive witness challenges his instinctive moral and ethical compass. Woven through a gripping storyline is one man’s quest to find strength and courage. Joshua is plucked from the cocoon of teaching English composition at a small liberal arts college and thrust in to survival mode, seeking a logical explanation for the irrational violence.


F. R. "Fritz" Nordengren  writes, farms and cooks.
He has worked on humanitarian projects in 12 countries and as a digital storyteller Fritz has produced documentaries for nonprofits and NGO's.  His early Internet work was recognized four times by USA Today.  He was twice picked as one of the Top 100 Producers by AV Video/Multimedia Producer magazine, and recognized by the National Press Photographers Association.
He lives at Two Mile Ranch on 80 acres in southern Iowa. There, he raises heritage breed, free-range chickens, ducks, turkeys and geese.  Two Mile is also home to The Iowa Writer’s Retreat, a dog trot style cabin for authors, song writers, graduate students, and creative people to get away to work…A green, sustainable ranch retreat, far from noise, distractions, and close to major hubs.

Tell us 5 random things about you the person, not the author

1) The older I get, the bigger my coffee cup gets.
2) I enjoy a shot of Linie aquavit every now and then.
3) I still bring home strays (dogs, ducks, goats....what ever)
4) I'll be walking the The Camino de Santiago (Way of St James) this fall.
5) For several years, I was a volunteer paramedic in the community where I lived.

Where to connect online

Twitter:  twomileranch
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