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Thanks to Chapter 2 for hosting novel reading!

A special Chapter 2 storefront thanks to Chapter 2 bookstore, which hosted my book reading of Windmill on Saturday afternoon, and to all those who attended. I read the novel’s Prologue and Chapter 1 (In fact, one person in attendance said she read Chapter 2 in anticipation of me reading Chapter 1!). Windmill tells the story of Carl Steinar and his sons, Peter and Lyle, who for 15 years have maintained a tenuous balance keeping together their family and farm on the western plains of Nebraska. Like blades in a well-oiled windmill, each works in harmony with the other. But when Abbie Blaire, the new reporter in town comes to write a story about them, a monkey wrench is thrown into their perfect machine: She is the spitting image of the wife and mother the Steinar men lost years ago. Windmill is available for sale at Chapter 2 bookstore, which is independently owned and located in beautiful downtown Hudson.

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