Size: 5.5 x 8
Format: eBook and Paperback
Genre: Literary Fiction
Tim Applegate (Portland, OR)
Poet and Author of Fever Tree (released August 2nd)
- Summer reading: this new novel is a must have for your beach trip
- Lesser known beach towns: where to visit on your next vacation (a look at the places visited in the book)
- How to heal and find your way after dealing with grief and loss
- Transitioning from writing short stories and poetry to a full length novel
- Tips for new authors: what to know before writing a debut novel
- It is not too late: How to fall in love on your summer vacation
ABOUT THE BOOK
When mysterious stranger, Dieter, arrives in the historic town of Crooked River, the residents take notice. Deckhands, bartenders and shopkeepers befriend him, and the charming but hesitant Maggie Paterson falls in love. Teddy Mink, the town’s notorious and often paranoid drug runner, is convinced that he’s threatening his livelihood as a narc, making Dieter’s arrival to Crooked River more conspicuous than he’d hoped.
A beautifully written story that takes you from the moonlit beaches of Quintana Roo to the historic town of Crooked River, Florida, Fever Tree is a story about grief and loss, but ultimately healing & finding your way again.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Fever Tree is the beautifully-written debut novel of published poet Tim Applegate. His poems, essays, and short fiction appear in the Florida Review, The South Dakota Review, Lake Effect, and The Briar Cliff Review among many others. He is the author of the collections At the End of Day (Traprock Books), Drydock (Blue Cubicle Press), and Blueprints (Turnstone Books of Oregon). He lives in the foothills of the coastal range of western Oregon cats.