America’s Stonehenge

  On a wet and cloudy May afternoon I turned into the sandy driveway and parking lot, stepped out of the car and looked around. Tall pines and deciduous trees surrounded me, and small boulders marked a path that wound up the hill toward a dark cabin, barely visible through the trees. Was I in the right place? … Continue reading America’s Stonehenge

On Writing Wild Mountain

An Interview with Caitlin Hamilton Summie What inspired you to write WILD MOUNTAIN? I wrote my first novel from the point of view of two women, and after that I wanted the challenge of doing something different – writing from a man’s point of view, and writing a short story. I had read a newspaper … Continue reading On Writing Wild Mountain