Here’s what the publisher had to say on why they choose it for their July 2016 issue:
We enjoy good character-driven fiction, and this one is certainly rife with interesting characters. This one tells two stories of a family: one of the selfless past and the good memories of a simpler time when family mattered, and one of the selfish present where family is forgotten.
Author Brian Koukol beautifully bridges those disparate stories with a character who plays a minor role in the scheme of the story, yet he’s there to remind us that the past still lives on even when those who experienced it firsthand are gone.”
Read it HERE and let me know what you think. There’s a scattering of expletives in the piece in case that matters to you.