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About English Lessons:

In bleak, frigid Western Montana, a high school on a poverty-stricken Indian reservation is the scene of a crime: a valuable pocket watch has disappeared. The owner of the watch, a young white English teacher, plays detective attempting to reveal the culprit. His investigation yields unexpected results. A short story from our Nibs literary line.

About Author Jack Ewing:

A creative writing/English graduate of Parsons College (Iowa) and a post-graduate student at the State University of New York, Jack Ewing has published more than 100 million words for print, broadcast, Internet and other media since 1960. A former radio station copywriter, advertising agency creative director, and longtime freelancer, he has published over 600 short stories, five novels, ten full-length nonfiction works, thousands of articles and reference entries, and tens of thousands of ads. A marketing specialist/consultant since 1970, he has won 225 industry creative awards for communication. Jack has lived in Idaho since 1980.

How to Purchase English Lessons:

English Lessons is available for $1.50 from The Untreed Reads Store (http://store.untreedreads.com) in a variety of formats, including EPUB and Kindle formats. You'll also find the titles at virtually every ebook retailer around the world including Amazon, B&N, RainbowEbooks.com, Apple, WHSmith and Waterstone's.

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Josie over at Night Owl Reviews has written a wonderful piece on Jack Ewing's short story, saying:

"The writing is top-notch and both Ursula and Mr. Bachmeyer are interesting as was the choice of setting. Descriptions are exceptional."


Be sure to check out the full review:
http://www.nightowlreviews.com/nor/Reviews/Josie-reviews-English-Lessons-by-Jack-Ewing.aspx

Jay Hartman said:


About English Lessons:

In bleak, frigid Western Montana, a high school on a poverty-stricken Indian reservation is the scene of a crime: a valuable pocket watch has disappeared. The owner of the watch, a young white English teacher, plays detective attempting to reveal the culprit. His investigation yields unexpected results. A short story from our Nibs literary line.

About Author Jack Ewing:

A creative writing/English graduate of Parsons College (Iowa) and a post-graduate student at the State University of New York, Jack Ewing has published more than 100 million words for print, broadcast, Internet and other media since 1960. A former radio station copywriter, advertising agency creative director, and longtime freelancer, he has published over 600 short stories, five novels, ten full-length nonfiction works, thousands of articles and reference entries, and tens of thousands of ads. A marketing specialist/consultant since 1970, he has won 225 industry creative awards for communication. Jack has lived in Idaho since 1980.

How to Purchase English Lessons:

English Lessons is available for $1.50 from The Untreed Reads Store (http://store.untreedreads.com) in a variety of formats, including EPUB and Kindle formats. You'll also find the titles at virtually every ebook retailer around the world including Amazon, B&N, RainbowEbooks.com, Apple, WHSmith and Waterstone's.

If the title hasn't arrived at your favorite retailer, it soon will! It sometimes takes our retailers a few weeks to process new titles.

Untreed Reads ebook titles are also available for sale to public libraries through our distributor Overdrive. If you'd like to see our titles available for electronic checkout at your local library, please let them know.
 
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