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The sentries watch and record each new incident, growing more haggard event by event, but never tiring of the dramas that unfold so characters can reach a greater understanding of themselves through each harrowing event. At Crossroads, an emotionally complex vision of real-world events and feelings are cast in mystery and brought to life through period antiques found there. Each event manifested from the period piece leads the character into a deep chasm of discovery brought on by that single piece of antiquity that calls to them from their past. For Calvin Johnson, a Southern redneck, his reformation began when he picks up an old toy tractor that reminds him of his childhood. In the hour that follows, his present-day belligerence and disdain for existing social norms are permanently altered. The sole witness to this epiphany is a strange old woman--silent yet wise, kind yet cruel--harbored in this ancient location, kept company only by the sentries at the Crossroads. Grace's resurrection from an out-of-control gambler begins as a mad dash through the junk store with her best friend, Theresa. Their goal is to find the most outrageous trinket possible. Grace is sure she won. She has, but not by finding the most outrageous trinket. Chris's metamorphosis from a man of handicap to one of health, who in turns wields out handicap, begins when he finds an old walking stick. He leaves the store with that stick and an appreciation for so much more. Rutherford's awakening to the harsh reality of bigotry comes in the color of another man's skin. The temptress of bigotry is known to him, but after his experience, he knows it will never suck him in again. Janette's acknowledgement of the person she has become comes to her upon the death of her alter consciousness. She realizes it is the death of her alter ego and vows to change her ways to avoid this reality in her everyday life.
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Mr. Kuhn resides in Citrus Heights, California outside, of Sacramento with his wife, an elementary school teacher, and their many rescued animals, including dogs, cats, guinea pigs, rabbits, chickens, a turtle, parrots, and pigeons. Mr. Kuhn has two children, a twenty-seven-year-old daughter who teaches fourth graders and a twenty-year-old son completing his college degree in environmental engineering. Mr. Kuhn has had the privilege of traveling through Southeast Asia for work and many spots in Europe with his family. His writing style is largely based on personal experiences and family stories he brings to life in riveting prose and expertise. Mr. Kuhn's writing skills have developed after many years as a technical writer and project manager as an environmental consultant. Mr. Kuhn has a bachelor's degree from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and a master's degree from the University of Nevada at Reno. Later in life, Mr. Kuhn found his voice as a recreational artist and entertainer after being diagnosed with a debilitating disease in midlife. Though today, he is entrenched within a wheel chair, Mr. Kuhn hand-inputs his novels, short stories, and poems. As a writer, Mr. Kuhn seeks to convey answers to mysteries we have all innocently encountered in everyday life. It is his hope to make us all question and seek the truth behind life's surprises. If he can be successful in making just one of his readers ask why, he deems himself a triumph in making us think a little above and beyond the ordinary.
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