Tim Martin lives in the Monarch Mountains outside Sandpoint, Idaho —about an hour’s drive from Washington, or Montana, or Canada, and a long way from the Iowa farm where he grew up.
Tim relates well to dogs and cats, fly-fishermen, cold beer, hot coffee, dead spots in cell coverage, and people who care enough to listen after they ask a question.
His first novel, On Death and Flying, was inspired by real-life friends, who adopted two abused children. Tim continues to have a deep-seated belief that life is unexplainable magic and everything works pretty well when you don’t try too hard. He is at work on his next novel.
On Death and Flying
by Tim Martin
Chip Crandle, a man drowning in regret, must do one unquestionably good thing in order to regain his lost ability to fly... and earn a second chance at making life count. But to his horror, doing the good thing could mean murder and leaving everything he's ever known behind. Chip journeys from terror to bliss and Idaho to Oklahoma as he strives to make a difference before it's too late.
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