Evers is like any young boy. He is playful and rambunctious, and even a little mischievous. But he is also very smart. And very loyal to his best friend.
Indira is not like many young girls. She is the smartest girl in school, and also the cutest. But she can also play a prank on Evers as well as he can play one on her. And she doesn’t mind getting dirty every now and then. It’s one of the reasons they are the best of friends.
But their friendship and more is challenged when they miss the train home on the longest day of Summer and are stuck at boarding school. Unless, of course, Evers has a plan.
Join Evers and Indira as they walk “Along the Rail to Eiderdown”.
You might discover more than just the way home…
12 thoughts on ““Along the Rail to Eiderdown” Sneak Peek”
Sounds very good. Looking forward to find out what happens.
You’re gonna love it!
Looks good! With a teaser like that, the reader definitely wants to find out what happens! I like the characters. Indira reminds me of my daughter; smart, cute, playful, and somewhat of a tomboy (much to the chagrin of her girly-girl mama!)
I think you are going to absolutely LOVE this book. The idea is to sit with family and read together. Like we used too. Can’t wait for you to see it…
I am really looking forward to this book, love the idea of a book designed to be read together. My almost 15yr old son is autistic and cognitively impaired. He enjoys stories, but lacks the ability to read much beyond the very simple on his own, so he likes when I read to him. We are HUGE Disney fans and our current read-aloud is the 4th book in Ridley Pearson’s Kingdom Keepers series, then there is one more left after that. Hopefully your book will be out by the time we finish that one!
As a toddler, my life was spent sitting in my parent’s lap listening to them read me stories. A Visit from Saint Nicholas (Twas’ the Night Before Christmas) was a tradition in my house, where we all gathered around while my dad read to us. Tradition…
I’m big on tradition. I’ve (sort of) embraced the new digital world. My first novels are in digital format, so will be my new memoir. But I’m not yet ready to let go of the traditions. It was one of the things that inspired me to write this book in the first place.
It is a family book. I think toddlers may not understand everything, but they might enjoy the magic of a lot of it. I hope so anyway. For me it is a new perspective on some well known themes in our lives. I think we could all use a little fresh, positive outlook on some things. The book is heavy on friendships and respect and caring. And giving. Serving others. It is a fun, adventurous book that I truly think you and your son are GOING TO LOVE!!!
I’m hoping to have it out in September. Still working out the last details to make it perfect…
Hey best of luck!! 😀 I’m all for a good heaping of positive, especially after realizing how many over the top, negative, drama filled “reality shows” are on TV these days. YIKES!!!
I’m right there with you Ann! It is one of my goals to produce positive, engaging and entertaining content. I certainly think the world can never have too much POSITIVE!
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This one sounds great! Looking forward to Sept when it is released. Another Morton book to add to the collection 🙂 Your writing style is impressive and definitely not boring, keep the readers wanting more.
Thanks Cindy, I appreciate it. I think you’re gonna LOVE this new one…
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