About The Pact
- Paperback: 232 pages
- Publisher: Black Rose Writing (August 22, 2013)
Scott Addison never set out to be a hero. But sometimes, no matter how hard you try, you can’t run away from your destiny. On the heels of his father’s death, Scott and his mother move from Iowa City, Iowa to the small Southern Illinois town of Meadowbrook.
Scott just wanted to blend in…to observe quietly…to be one of the kids. Unfortunately for Scott, his instincts, heart, and integrity took over on his first day at his new middle school. Scott stood up to and faced down three larger boys torturing a wiry little boy named Paul. No one should ever have to stand alone.
This simple act of kindness and chivalry put Scott in the midst of the conflict and on the receiving end of the bullies’ antics. When the hazing goes too far, Scott decides it is time to take a stand…no matter the cost. Of course that’s the price heroes must pay.
About Mitchell S. Karnes
Mitchell S Karnes was born in Kansas and spent his childhood in Illinois. He lives in Franklin, TN with his wife, Natalie, and five of their seven children, where he serves as the Pastor of Walker Baptist Church. He holds a Bachelor’s degree and three Master’s degrees.
Mitchell’s first novel, Crossing the Line, made the Southern Writer’s Guild’s “Must Read” list. His short stories include: “When Nothing Else Matters,” “A Family Portrait,” and “Grampa Charlie’s Ring.” He hopes to entertain, challenge, move and teach through each and every story. The Pact is just the beginning…the first book in a four-part series.
Mitchell S. Karnes’ TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:
Tuesday, January 28th: Tiffany’s Bookshelf
Thursday, January 30th: Jorie Loves a Story
Monday, February 3rd: Patricia’s Wisdom
Wednesday, February 5th: You Can Read Me Anything
Monday, February 10th: Suko’s Notebook
Monday, February 10th: YA Reads – author Q&A
Wednesday, February 12th: Maureen’s Musings
Monday, February 17th: Seaside Book Nook
Tuesday, February 18th: The Things You Can Read
Wednesday, February 19th: Shelf Full of Books
Thursday, February 20th: Savings in Seconds
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