Winston-Salem’s J. McLain Callahan will release his first novel, “Collisions,” on June 19 during an events from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 5–7 p.m. at the Chatham Building, 304 W. Fourth St.
The book will be on sale for $11.99 at the release parties, and light refreshments will be provided. The book will also be available at www.amazon.com and www.createspace.com/4157235 starting on June 20.
Callahan lives in Winston-Salem with wife Katie, their two children, McKinley and Hudson, and dog Owen. He is the head soccer coach and sports information director at Salem College.
“Collisions” is the story of two very different men: Murphy Kearns, a landscape architect on a job in the Outer Banks of North Carolina and away from his family, and Victor Dancy an air traffic controller in Williamsburg who wishes he were away from his. The men’s lives intersect after a devastating plane collision above Vitaly, Virginia. One will be forced to decide between seeking an apology or seeking vengeance.
For more information, follow Callahan on Twitter and Facebook at jmclaincallah