This book is different from the run-of-the-mill stuff out there. It will make readers notice things in life they have never noticed before.
WAIKATO, New Zealand (PRWEB) June 27, 2013
What would your life look like if you stripped away all of the “stuff?”
Andrew Earl, having worked to support his struggling family as a child and then facing the death of four of his eight children later in life, decided early on that life is about more than material things. Taking these adversities in stride, Earl has a positive outlook and finds joy wherever he can.
Earl, an agriculturalist for most of his life, appreciates the beauty and importance of simplistic living, which naturally makes its way into his writing. Drawing on his life experiences and love for the countryside, Earl pens new adventure fiction, "The Blossom and the Musket."
Set in the mid-nineteenth century in New Zealand, "The Blossom and the Musket" contrasts the brutality of warfare with the tenderness of a love affair between two characters. Earl develops colorful characters and intriguing plot elements in his new fiction, making his readers think and dream.
Through the book, Earl has one ultimate goal: that readers will not only enjoy the story but reflect on the important messages about life and love woven throughout.
“This book is different from the run-of-the-mill stuff out there,” Earl says. “It will make readers notice things in life they have never noticed before.”
"The Blossom and the Musket" by Andrew Earl
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About the author
Andrew Earl has spent most of his life farming, at one point managing four farms. Earl and his wife live in the Waikato, New Zealand on 27 acres of land. They have four adult children and 17 grandchildren. Andrew has been inspired over the years to write and now spends most of his time doing just that.