Beguiling Dreams

Beguiling Dreams The year is and a car going by is unique The setting is a town in northeastern Indiana with brick streets and a town square featuring a two story limestone courthouse The inhabitants like anywhe

  • Title: Beguiling Dreams
  • Author: Fred Stemme
  • ISBN: 9781592798643
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Paperback
  • The year is 1915 and a car going by is unique The setting is a town in northeastern Indiana with brick streets and a town square featuring a two story limestone courthouse The inhabitants, like anywhere else, have aspirations that shape their lives Young Hank Braddock, among other things, dreams of becoming a full fledged reporter His girlfriend Becky dreams of climbinThe year is 1915 and a car going by is unique The setting is a town in northeastern Indiana with brick streets and a town square featuring a two story limestone courthouse The inhabitants, like anywhere else, have aspirations that shape their lives Young Hank Braddock, among other things, dreams of becoming a full fledged reporter His girlfriend Becky dreams of climbing the town s social ladder She sees Hank, as does the rest of the town, as an up and comer Mr Smith, Hank s boss at the town s newspaper, dreams of taking a long vacation out West And Mr Conner, owner of the cannery outside of town, dreams of creating and maintaining a large power base A flood, a train derailment and eventually a strike effect the course of everyone s dreams, sending them along new pathways No one will ever be the same again

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    1. Fred Stemme

      Fred Stemme has always been interested in writing, but like many beginning writers he didn t know what to write about He had always thought that he would write a non fiction book in the history field Then he enrolled in a master s program at Drake University and wrote a paper on the Lost Generation That paper was later published in the Lost Generation Journal along with his poem Montparnasse There was a book, he knew, lying in all of the research he had done to write the paper But what kind of a book should it be The answer that came back surprised him fiction Fred had often wondered in his history courses how the fluctuating economy and cataclysmic events affected the man in the street Now he could apply that curiosity to historical fiction.While attending numerous writing classes and starting an insurance agency, he hammered out, Beguiling Dreams, his first book The new book, The Lieutenant s Whistle, is the second in the series.Fred lives with his wife Jeannie, along their little dog Casey, near the Santa Fe Trail in Overland Park, Kansas He has three children and four grandchildren who all live in Southern California.

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