Book of the Month!
Book: Poor Man's Supper
Author: Jim Gulledge
Two people, destined to love each other, but forever doomed to be apart...
Vancie Keller is trying to survive on her mother's failing farm when her life is forever altered by the arrival of two men: Josiah Buckland and Jagger Hill. One, she will love, the other she will marry. She has a secret neither of them know.
Orphaned as a teen, Josiah Buckland came down from the rugged mountains of North Carolina to try to find work and possibly a home. He didn't expect to find the love of his life.
Jagger Hill has secrets of his own. When he comes to town and starts to rebuild, nobody knows him for who he really is, but people will soon learn.
Some secrets cannot be kept forever...
** My review coming soon **
About the Author:
Jim Gulledge was shaped by his large, Southern extended family and was taught at an early age never to let facts get in the way of a good story. Much of Jim’s own story has been lived out in the small village of Misenheimer in North Carolina. As a young man, Jim chose to attend Pfeiffer College where he met his wife, Linda. He has now worked there for the past thirty years, currently serving as the Director of Academic Support Services and Assistant Professor of Developmental Studies.
The passions of his academic life are helping young people in their life journeys and teaching a course every other year on the works of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien. Jim was prepared for his career by earning a B.A. in Christian Education from what is now Pfeiffer University, an M.A. in English from Clemson University, and a DMin. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Massachusetts. In his spare time Jim explores the nearby Uwharrie Mountains with his dog, Shasta; serves as a guardian ad litem for abused and neglected children in his community; and continues in his futile attempts to master the ukulele. A Poor Man's Supper is his first book and was recently chosen for inclusion in the North Carolina Collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection at Appalachian State University.