GenZ Publishing will release Brad Perry’s Strawberry Hill on May 5, 2017. Strawberry Hill is a fascinating collection of short stories that with characters that range from failed writers to forgotten soldiers.
Brad Perry’s stories include unique themes such as insanity, nostalgia, and heartbreak. Some of his stories include: “The Unwritten” an aging author is haunted by his untapped creativity. “Boats Against the Current” focuses on a World War Two soldier who’d rather read than fight. Through “The Door” three children discover a portal to the unknown. And in “Itching and Echoes” obsession and fear swallow one man whole.
The book’s title comes from Perry’s story “Strawberry Hill.” This story is about a girl named Lilly, who as a child traveled to a magical realm with purple rivers, neon grass, and towering flowers. But after years of therapy, she no longer believes it exists. Now, her unhinged boyfriend has become infatuated with her mystical past, and will drag her back however he can. It is a breathless story of love and longing.
Getting lost in Strawberry Hill is easy. All you have to do is dive in…
About Brad Perry
Brad Perry is currently an English teacher, but he has always been a writer. He first started writing stories in 3rd grade. Perry majored in English at Central Michigan University, and won the Gow Litzengurger Award for Undergraduate Fiction for his short story “Itching and Echoes” which appears in Strawberry Hill.
Other short stories of his have been published in Pidgeonholes, Page & Spine, and Channillo.
About GenZ Publishing
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