I just started reading this (about 3 chapters in) and so far, fantastic!
I’m looking out the window and the first snow of the season is falling. The flakes are nearly as large as the tip of my thumb; they’re slushy and coming down hard and fast. It’s early November and the snow bespeaks the promise of a long, hard winter. The Farmer’s Almanac on my kitchen table suggests as much – a winter colder and wetter than average.
The one thing the Farmer’s Almanac didn’t predict is probably the single-most important thing in our lives these days – the fact that this will be the first winter in modern history where hundreds of thousands or millions of people could literally freeze to death in their homes. I know that may sound strange. Given all of the modern conveniences of the twenty-first century, how in the world could the majority of citizens of the northernUnited Statesbe at risk of freezing to death?
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I’ve searched for something similar to your excellent fiction series, and was fortunate to find the Union Creek Journal, which I have really enjoyed. Many of us have long enjoyed your fiction and hope you are able to finish “Boy.”
Thanks – I’m working on Boy but have hit a writers block wall that is killing me! Any updates will be first published on this blog.