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G. K. Fralin’s lust for writing rose from a sixth grade poem that gained her notice by her teacher and encouragement from her parents.
She loved growing up under the protection of the Flint Hills in walking distance to the popular fishing sites of the Big Blue River. The scenic majesty of that valley plays heavily into her work.
She’s spent her adult life thirty miles or so north in Southeast Nebraska with her husband, raising three children who are now married with children of their own. Once the children left for their own life pursuits, G. K. found time on her hands to spend on her dream of writing a book.
After working as a licensed practical nurse for nearly twenty-year; G. K. went back to school and earned a Bachelor’s of Applied Science degree in Business Management. While back in college she took as many writing courses as she could before finishing her senior year.
G. K. Fralin’s family, country background, conservative Christian values and vivid imagination all play into what she writes. She is a stickler for research. “I wasn’t great at history or geography in school, but now I can stretch my horizons as I choose and the world is amazing outside the small area of the globe where I live. The times of past and possible futures load a curious mind with wonderful knowledge and trivia.”
Her first published book, The Search, trapped her main character, Sheridan, into the back country off I-80 in a small town of Hidden. She’s stuck with an increasingly deceptive innkeeper. The only way out is to follow a man called Shepard on a treacherous journey. Six Strange Short Stories shows G. K. Fralin’s bizarre repertoire of short stories she felt worth putting together.
Now with the release of the first book of the Charlie Bueller series, G. K. brings Who Be Charlie B.? out of the shadows of history to help him find why he was born with dark skin to white parents. How will he learn to step out from under his parents protection into a world of hate and prejudice?