Katherine L. Homes—Tug of the Wishbone

About the Book: 

Maureen doesn’t plan to repeat the mistakes of her divorced parents. Her 1960's experiences are presented alongside family leave-takings. When marriage seems imminent, the leave-takings are with men. Maureen’s photography proves to be a more permanent involvement. Eventually she struggles with depression and clings to her work until that is with a man that she would readily date. Outside their magazine, she defiantly exposes a large poultry farm while confronting her need for a constant love relationship. With Minnesota settings, the book covers thirty years. Its comic relief reflects that resource in Maureen.

About the Author: 

After stints in publishing and newspaper writing, Katherine L. Holmes obtained an M.A. in Writing from the University of Minnesota. Her short story collection, Curiosity Killed the Sphinx and Other Stories, was published by Press Americana in 2012. Since, her juvenile fiction has placed in two national Indie book award contests. Her creative work has appeared in more than seventy journals. More information is at her website: https://sites.google.com/site/katherinelholmesauthorprofile/