Arlon K. Stubbe
ARLON K. STUBBE has been enchanted by reading and writing since grade school. That love of words (and an infatuation with stationery supply stores) morphed into a career of producing and delivering sermons for 41 years, stints as an op-ed writer for two local newspapers, the crafting of poems, membership in a creative writing group at Penn State and the publication of three non-fiction books. Nearing retirement, he turned to fiction. BRETON HEIGHTS is his third novel, a sequel of sorts to WHITEPAPER FALLS. An earlier published novella, ROOM 219, was the first fiction work of his to appear in p
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