MG Press author Kali Van Baale just received some awesome news: The Good Divide won the Eric Hoffer award for the General Fiction category!
If you aren’t familiar with the Eric Hoffer Book Award, it’s intent is “to honor freethinking writers and independent books of exceptional merit…[and] to be a platform for and the champion of the independent voice.”
See the award results and learn more here.
A little about award-winning title: In the lush countryside of Wisconsin, Jean Krenshaw is the ideal 1960’s dairy farm wife. She cooks, sews, raises children, and plans an annual July 4th party for friends and neighbors. But when her brother-in-law Tommy, who lives next door, marries leery newcomer Liz, Jean is forced to confront a ten-year-old family secret involving the unresolved death of a young woman. With stark and swift prose, The Good Divide explores one woman’s tortured inner world, and the painful choices that have divided her life, both past and present, forever.
Buy your copy of The Good Divide by Kali Van Baale today!