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Ashes to Asheville

By N. John Shore, Jr.

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N. John Shore, Jr. reads "Ashes to Asheville," the weekly, real-time serial novel he writes for The Asheville Citizen-Times, the major daily newspaper in Asheville, North Carolina.

Customer Reviews

Great Podcast!

Engaging, funny, thoughtful, heartbreaking, inspiring ... what more can I say? A great serial-novel that's read by the author himself ... highly recommended!

Live

N John Shore us one of my favorite writers. This is the first novel he's written (I think..) and I love it. John writes in the here and now. It feels so...relevant, because the issues of the day are part of the storyline and at the same time there is a universality that is relatable for most. Some truths are always true, right?

The authors decision to create a series podcast is fantastic because I "hear" very differently than I read. It brings things home in a wholly new way and makes my experience of his writing all the more rich.

Ashes to Asheville

Ashes to Asheville is a great personal piece of writing that lays bare the the fears, and expecatations of average people who, engage in the simple act of simply getting through life on a day to day basis-

Shore's writing is sensitive, and has a descriptive flair which is comforting like all southern comfort foods. It is a lovely travelogue of lthe lives of average people struggling to get through the disappointments of life.

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