Ferry Findings by Susan McDonough-Wachtman
Ferry Findings includes seven short stories by Susan Wachtman, all set in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
They range from stories about young children, to a story about a teenager, to a story told from the perspective of a grandparent.
These stories are intended to be read and discussed by families. All stories are followed by discussion questions.
The title story was originally published by Literary Mama.
Ferry Findings is illustrated by twenty-eight color and black and white photos by Glenn Wachtman.
All photos feature the amazing scenery and wildlife of the Pacific Northwest.
Who we are?
Susan and Glenn are the parents of three grown children. No grandchildren yet, but we’re hoping!
We are Washington natives, now living in the house Glenn grew up in on the waterfront near the Southworth ferry in Washington state.
Glenn is an award-winning photographer who has worked for the Kitsap Sun and the Port Orchard Independent.
Susan is a high school teacher and an award-winning writer who has published four books online.
Three of the stories in Ferry Findings were previously published in magazines: Literary Mama, Fabula Argentea, and Brain, Child.
Find out more about Susan and Glenn’s work – Susan McDonough-Wachtman