The King of Coalman”s Hill” by Matt Shea

For all his long life, Clayton Graves has served the people of his mountain community at Coalman’s Hill. The caretaker of the legendary Graves family home, where the doors are always open to those in need, Clayton spends his days bringing food to the hungry, warmth to the cold and helpless-and most of all, caring for his beloved granddaughter, Elizabeth. But the Lord has plans for his faithful servant that Clayton could never foresee. When impending tragedy strikes the legendary mountain man, his strength is tested as he struggles to ensure a bright future for Elizabeth, as well as his dearest friends and the tight-knit, snowbound community that has come to rely on him. A poignant story of love and family, old-fashioned values, childhood nostalgia, and the challenges we all face in life, “The King of Coalman’s Hill” will resonate long after the final words are read.

Matt Shea writes stories that are designed for both young and old. He profiles the average person in society that’s a little different or misunderstood. Matt also writes about the plight of those who are mentally disabled and senior citizens. He exposes their personal battles in life; with values being challenged- but never compromised.

When it’s all said and done such individuals are recognized for being a contribution to society. They also achieve their just reward: appreciation followed by acceptance.

His characters are nothing more then average people that represent all walks of life. People like you and me. Matt loves feedback from those that take the time to read his stories. He offers his email address and promises to do his very best to answer all who write him. Matt Shea knows that through others he can improve as a writer and a person.

Feel free to write any comments to Matt Shea: [email protected]

Matt Shea has eight books published so far.  Matt also has a website that offers many free stories in their entirety.

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