Author Delbert Willcutt’s new book “Cutter’s Crossing” is a collection of three stories inspired by life in a small Arkansas farming town in the fifties and sixties.

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Recent release “Cutter’s Crossing” from Page Publishing author Delbert Willcutt is a collection of three interconnected stories set in a Southern farming community in midcentury America. The stories highlight the warm interdependence of the residents of these rural areas, and the kindness and respect with which neighbors were treated by all.

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Delbert Willcutt, one of thirteen children born a small farm in Central Arkansas, has completed his new book “Cutter’s Crossing”: a sweetly nostalgic fictionalized memoir of small-town farming life in the 1950s American South.

Willcutt shares, “’Cutter’s Crossing’ contains three stories about a small farm town in Central Arkansas during the 1950s and ’60s. It is fiction but based on true events and interesting people. All three stories in this book are linked together, showing how important it was during this time to have good family and friends close to you. Everyone needs help sometimes, and these people in ‘Cutter’s Crossing’ were the kind of people that you wanted living close to you when times ever got tough for you. Read this book and you may find some of the people will be very familiar to you. You can see in these stories how different people were then, and how people are now.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Delbert Willcutt’s heartwarming tales evoke a kinder, simpler time in American history and underscore the importance of close interpersonal relationships with family and friends.

Readers who wish to experience this nostalgic work can purchase“Cutter’s Crossing” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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