THE TRAIN HOME by Caleb Knowles is a collection of dramatic stories that deal with the horrors of war, irrational confrontations and psychological depth. More
"Doormat" -- A story of a man's struggle with himself. Jameson is a office worker who has been letting himself get stepped all-over by everyone around him.
"Damian's Stand" -- Damian, a teenager, finds his little brother with bruises all over his body. He confronts his adoptive father, knowing it was him who created those bruises, with a gun.
"Inauguration Day" -- Kendrick is a secret service member watching the inauguration while on his vacation. But when a friend turns out to be an assassin, Kendrick must make a choice that either way will change the USA forever.
"The Train Home" -- Cpl. Lewinsky is returning home after the war in the Pacific. On the train home he struggles with the nightmares he's been having of past events, and reminisces on the lifelong friends he made.
Caleb Knowles attends Full Sail University, earning a BFA in Creative Writing. He is planning to work as a screenwriter for the film industry. He enjoys writing all kinds of genres. On the side, he is an artist who does mainly portraits of people.