Writer in the Wilderness
Hilton Everett Moore is a published author of short stories and has his new book, "North of Nelson, Volume I" ready for distribution. You can get your very own copy here by clicking on Catalog at the top of the page.
In this book you will find six gripping short stories set in the wilderness of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan which will hold the reader spellbound as the various protagonists live, and sometimes perish, in this often harsh and rugged land. The mythical village of Nelson frames the life and plights of the various actors as they plunge headlong physically, psychologically, and metaphorically, into the treacherous waters of the Sturgeon River Country, where humans live precariously on the edge of a knife, and every mistake could be fatal.
Hilton Moore was named the Winner of Editor's Choice award for his short story, "A Silent Mistress" on the Illinois State University's online magazine, "Euphemism". You can read this story for free at: https://english.illinoisstate.edu/euphemism/16-1/
Two short stories are in print in the U.P. Reader publication. Titles: "Requiem for Ernie" and "A Dog Named Bunny". Make sure you check out his website at: www.writerinthewilderness.com for information on other projects, products, and sometimes a contest for cool free stuff.