One Man's Serendipitous Journey to Find the Trees That Inspired Famous American Writers from Faulkner to Kerouac, Welty to Wharton
From the wooded road made of golden hemlock running past L. Frank Baum's childhood home to the lonely stump of Scout's oak in Harper Lee's Alabama, author Richard Horan gathers tree seeds—and stories—from the homes of America's most treasured authors. At once a heartfelt paean to literature and a wise, funny, and uplifting account of one man's reconnection with nature, Seeds celebrates Horan's triumphs and calamities on his quest to link trees with great writers—a delightfully original meditation on the nature of inspiration and a one-of-a-kind adventure into literature.
On a wild stretch of the Yukon River, Lydia Falkner steers her skiff toward a secluded log cabin, her summer home and special sanctuary. The peace she seeks there is immediately shattered when she discovers the gruesome murder of her beloved friend, Frank Johnson, whose body she finds buried in a trash pile. Why would anyone target this gentle,…
Includes an excerpt from Richard Horan's new book Harvest.
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