W. Paul Apel


W. Paul Apel grew up in McMinnville, OR and went to school in Redlands, CA. He has worked as a cartoonist and film critic. He currently writes ad copy in Portland, OR.

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Pikesville Junction
You set the price! Words: 47,960. Language: English. Published: December 29, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General
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Welcome to Pikesville Junction, PA, home of the world's largest Christmas tree. It's only accessible by train, surrounded by mountains, blocked off by a deserted wasteland, haunted by a monster and blessed by magic. And 11-year-old Ray Haley has just moved in. It's 1958 – the year Ray met the first girl he ever liked, the best friends he ever had, and the smartest and fastest German Shepard who

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1950s    boyhood    christmas    christmas tree    circus    coming of age    elephant    family    magic    train