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Shepard the Shotgun
By Caroline L. Huftalen

Series Description:

Leaving small town Georgia in your dust may not seem like too big of a task, but when you're a teenager with a baby, it makes getting out a bit more difficult. Add a collision with another runaway of the canine variety in the mix and you have yourself a proper journey. Will these two escapees realize that where you come from is more than just a place on the map, or will they find freedom and peace elsewhere?

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: Monthly
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Caroline L. Huftalen:

Caroline L. Huftalen received her MFA in writing from Savannah College of Art and Design. She worked as a freelance arts journalist before finding her place as an arts marketer for a theatre company after graduating. She currenly works as the marketing director at 7 Stages Theatre in Atlanta, Ga where she lives with her two dogs. You can find her on twitter @carolinehuf

Acknowledgements:

Special thanks to my brother Mat Huftalen for designing the cover, to my fellow graduate students and professor, Susan Rebecca White, at SCAD for workshopping the original short story that inspired this novel, and to my family for their continued and upstoppable support.







Series Description:

Leaving small town Georgia in your dust may not seem like too big of a task, but when you're a teenager with a baby, it makes getting out a bit more difficult. Add a collision with another runaway of the canine variety in the mix and you have yourself a proper journey. Will these two escapees realize that where you come from is more than just a place on the map, or will they find freedom and peace elsewhere?

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: Monthly
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Caroline L. Huftalen:

Caroline L. Huftalen received her MFA in writing from Savannah College of Art and Design. She worked as a freelance arts journalist before finding her place as an arts marketer for a theatre company after graduating. She currenly works as the marketing director at 7 Stages Theatre in Atlanta, Ga where she lives with her two dogs. You can find her on twitter @carolinehuf

Acknowledgements:

Special thanks to my brother Mat Huftalen for designing the cover, to my fellow graduate students and professor, Susan Rebecca White, at SCAD for workshopping the original short story that inspired this novel, and to my family for their continued and upstoppable support.