Paths in Clay Now an e-book

Seven years ago I fulfilled the goal of publishing a novel.  I am proud to announce that my first published novel, Paths in Clay, has officially arrived as an Amazon Kindle e-book.  For $5.99 it can be downloaded to your Kindle or other Kindle App device such as an iPad, iPhone, Android device or PC.  If you didn't already know, the Kindle App is free to download to your device!   Support Paths in Clay by adding it to your summer reading list!

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Summer Reading anyone?

1.  Current National Geographic
2. Joyland by Stephen King
3. Past issues of NGEO
4.  No Return by George Applegate
5.  free e-books about gardening
6.  Where There's Smoke: A Short Story by Jodi Piccoult
7.  The Curious Happenings Of A Boy With A Watering Can by Cedric Magann


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Paths in Clay, a novel

Paths in Clay is a coming-of-age story about Jack, Allan, and Miller; three friends who return to the “palace”, a place where they studied Koh Loh ceramics, an ancient clay tradition passed on from an extinct culture.

When finished with studies, one must depart from the palace and venture out, not returning until they have established a direction or "path" as a clay artist.

Ten years have passed since they left their great Koh Loh Master Potter. Reminiscing about their days as students, Jack, Allan, and Miller embark on their anticipated return to the palace, during a ceremonial kiln firing and celebration - a time when the Master Potter’s former students, their students, friends, and friends of friends all come together to fire their pottery in several wood-fire kilns.

The journey takes them far from their humid tropical region home of the lower peninsula and delivers them to the bitter season of the snowy highlands. When the three men arrive, Jack is face-to-face with his palace-time girlfriend, Kirsten. She informs the three men that their master has grown ill. Amidst a celebration, among old friends, Jack, Allan, and Miller will discover the true nature of their friendships and complete one cycle of their lives and enter the passageway to another. The choices they make will forge ahead a renewed purpose as their roles in clay traditions confirm their paths; passing on Koh Loh clay to the next generations of potters.


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