Coffeetown Press has acquired Joyce Zeller’s novel Love in a Small Town!

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IRVING, Texas - March 10, 2014 - PRLog -- Coffeetown Press has acquired Joyce Zeller’s novel Love in a Small Town!

Love in a Small Town (published by Coffeetown Press, release 2015)

When Chicagoan, David Martin, moves to Eureka Springs with his step-daughter, he is escaping urban America and all its violence as well as memories of his deceased wife. A marriage of convenience ended in tragedy and left him to raise a fifteen-year-old daughter whom he has only known for two years. Both father and daughter are testing foreign waters: new home, school and work. Neither expected it, but where there is a will, there is love in a small town.

A novel that addresses adult, parental and teenage issues, along with all their nuances, bullying, abuse, and adapting to a whole new life, Zeller touches the hearts of all, especially those of us who thought they would never experience unconditional love.

From the time she learned to read, Joyce Zeller has envisioned being a famous author. From her eighth grade English teacher Kathryn Buckwalter, and her favorite saying, accompanied by a pounding fist on her desk, “There is no such thing in the English language as a synonym!” to the editor at the first magazine she worked for, Cliff Thorbahn, a grizzled veteran war correspondent from WWII, and a friend of Ernie Pyle, who insisted that if she was going to be a writer she should be able to give him 250 words on anything in fifteen minutes, (His mantra was: “It isn’t what you know but how fast you can find out.”) she has had mentors and guides along the literary path.

She has written for a magazine, a cooking column for a chain of suburban newspapers north of Chicago, served in the United States Army, is a professional perfumer (School of Perfumery, London, England) and an aromatherapist; making custom fragrances in her store and created Arkansas Sesquicentennial Fragrance, Mountain Air, since she retired. She has written five books and published two, The Hidden History of Eureka Springs, non-fiction history, and Accidental Alien, a science fiction, both available on Amazon, and her short story “Love is a Seed” is featured in Embrace: A Romance Collection, (2012 Goldmine Press). Her latest achievement was getting elected as Alderman to the Eureka Springs City Council. Her latest novel, Maddie’s Choice (Coffeetown Press, 2013) is a romance with her favorite theme, ‘that being human is a lonely business, but for everyone there is somebody to love.’ It’s a matter of finding them. There will always be kids and animals in her books, and always, humor, “because life without humor is unthinkable.”

Catherine Treadgold, Publisher
Coffeetown Press, PO Box 70515, Seattle, WA 98127
206-414-7673, 206-260-0109 (fax)

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