Chicago, IL, October 10, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- "Any Road Will Take You There: A Journey of Fathers and Sons" by David W. Berner is now available in trade paperback and e-book editions from book publisher Dream of Things.
"Any Road Will Take You There" tells the story of middle-aged father’s search for meaning at mid-life—a search that takes him on a five-thousand-mile road trip with his sons and his best friend. Recently divorced and uncertain of the future, Berner rereads the iconic road story—Jack Kerouac’s On the Road—and then heads for the highway to rekindle his spirit. However, a family secret turns the cross-country journey into an unexpected examination of his role as a father, and compels him to look to the past and the fathers who came before him to find contentment and clarity, and to celebrate the struggles and triumphs of being a dad.
"Any Road Will Take You There" ($14.00 trade paperback, $2.99 e-book, Dream of Things, 242 pages, ISBN 9780988439092) is available from Ingram Book Company and from Dream of Things (dreamofthings.com).
Praise for "Any Road Will Take You There"
Winner: Book of the Year, Chicago Writers Association.
“Full of humor, vulnerability, and grace.” – Scott Whitehair, Chicago’s This Much is True
“A thoughtful, touching, and at times heartbreaking account of the struggles of fatherhood, career, marriage, and the death of a parent.” – David Katzman, A Greater Monster
“Jack would have loved this story!” – Michael Robinson, The Kerouac Project, Orlando, FL.
About the Author
David W. Berner is a journalist, broadcaster, writer, and teacher. His first book, Accidental Lessons was awarded the Royal Dragonfly Grand Prize for Literature. His stories have been published in a number of literary magazines and journals, and his broadcast reporting and audio documentaries have aired on the CBS Radio Network and dozens of public radio stations across America. Chicago is his home.
About Dream of Things
Founded in 2009, Dream of Things is a book publisher and online book store that focuses on memoirs, essay collections, and other books that align with its mission to publish “distinctive voices, meaningful books.” For more information, visit dreamofthings.com.