Free Man Publishes Jack Kline's Family-and-Friends’ Christmas Collection of Short Stories

Free Man Publishing's announces the collection of seasonal stories, Christmas Branches, by Jack Kline.

Louisburg, KS, November 14, 2019 --( Free Man Publishing Company is proud to announce its publication of Christmas Branches by Jack Kline. Jack is the author of the Blowing Carbon (2009) collection and the 1930s Kansas City private eye novel, But Not for Me. The stories are summarized as follows:

Is the man in the ’49 Mercury, performing rescue and relationship mending, really St. Nick?

Brother and sister devise a scheme to bulwark Santa-belief for kid-cousin with a result that astounds them all.

Best-selling author, in a remote and solitary setting, patches up a trapped animal and perhaps his own humanity.

On the road to his parents’ for Christmas Day, a preacher’s son plays Good Samaritan, yielding a magical, timely message from scripture.

Scrawny tree, bodacious tree, will a family’s sensitive responses save Dad from a financial moment of weakness?

How a coyote family, following the bright star over Bethlehem, plays a key role in the birth of a special human pup.

The best laid plans... a mémoire from Papa Jack going "Clark Griswold" in bringing the family Tannebaum back to the homestead.

Plus, a Hallmark Moment train ride, maturity blooming in Chicago thanks to a fortune cookie, Golden Christmas remembrance of a loved one, a Phil Morris (But Not for Me) Christmas story, thirteen seasonal short stories in all.

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Free Man Publishing Company
Brian Wright