Michael Hamersmith is a young, fresh out of college, writer. Calm, collected, and preparing to propose to his girlfriend, Karen. Michael has it all. Until Jeremy Royal ruins everything. Jeremy is a college dropout with a score to settle. His freshman year was filled with a hazing ritual called the Freshman Fifteen, that made fraternity pledge weeks look like a Carribean vacation. Jeremy’s only hope was Karen, who saved him from one humiliating prank. Now, believing Michael has somehow stolen Karen from him, Jeremy plans his own Freshman Fifteen to get Michael, and those like him, out of the way. The only thing that seems to be in Jeremy’s way is his death, but a series of letters addressed to Michael keeps the new Freshman Fifteen running in many different directions.
About the Author
David Prantner was born and raised in Bloomington, Minnesota. After earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature, David and his wife Kati moved to Hong Kong where they both taught english for a year. After that the two moved to Kodiak, Alaska where they have just welcomed the arrival of their new daughter Alyce. Questions for David and his work can be addressed to his e-mail; firstname.lastname@example.org