by Terri E. Lyons
A period piece set in 1959, in Satterfield County, Virginia; a county filled with brilliant blossoms and rich farmland where tobacco, corn and dark leafy greens grew in neat rows that blended into its horizon. Meadowlark and Orioles shared the skies with finch and sparrows, above peaceful dirt roads lined with poplar and magnolia trees. Orange Blossom, the locomotive, pierced the air with its tangy whistle, every hour, on the hour, day and night; all sights and sounds of a promising future, until the summer of 1959, when a menace moved into town...
Page Count: 218
Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches
Written by Terri E. Lyons
Recently, Terri won first place Award for the Best Storytellas in Town contest for her essay Dimensions in Music. Terri performed a spoken word event on the Public Access Television series Accentuate, inspiring her to write her first play, Kitchen Table Chats, and debut novel, Puzzles.