CHAPIN, S.C. (PRWEB) January 28, 2020
John Edward Hinkel, a writer residing on Lake Murray, South Carolina, has completed his new work of historical fiction.
“Boydton” is the story of an early twentieth century southern American family’s struggle to survive through economic turmoil, social upheaval, and tragedy. The consequences of the struggle transforms the family and its individuals through succeeding generations.
“It is the story of Ellen, a strong woman who must make heart-wrenching decisions in the face of dire circumstances,” Hinkel said of his work. “It is also the story of children who adapt and do whatever it takes to survive physically and emotionally. And it is the story of Landrum, a good man whose life is cut short in his prime, but nonetheless leaves a lasting legacy of love.”
The story also expounds on the interesting, strange, and unique people encountered on the journey, including Betwix, Frocky Jack, the chained boy, the old Cherokee man, the gypsy woman, and J.N Simpkins.
Readers who wish to experience this heartfelt novel can purchase “Boydton” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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