Joseph Cubbage's new book 'Campfire Stories' is a gripping collection of outrageous short stories as told by lively friends around a campfire

Fulton Books author Joseph Cubbage, a husband, father, and published author, has completed his most recent book "Campfire Stories": a captivating collection of short stories as told by a group of friends during their annual camping weekend.

The friends in this novel spice up their years-long camping tradition with a new game, writing, "The game was to have everyone guess if the story was true or not. The Chosen Family had been friends for years. Decades, in some cases, so everyone knew each other's personal stories fairly well. That was what made the campfire stories game so fun. You tried to come up with the best story you could. The point was to try to surprise your closest friends. To try to tell them something they had never heard before." 

Published by Fulton Books, Joseph Cubbage's dynamic novel follows a group of friends as they have their annual camping weekend. During story time around the campfire, they have to figure out if a killer gets right with his God before going to prison? Can true love survive a pandemic lock-down? Will a book found in the floorboards reveal a traumatic past? Will a family's dog lead a detective to a town's secret? Can a missing camper, a broken leg, or a pretty redhead bring an end to life-long friendships?

Cubbage's writing allows readers to dive into this decades-long friendship and guess alongside the characters which stories are true, fiction, or embellished. The friends drink, laugh, and tell stories all weekend, hoping to avoid the looming darkness of the nights. This novel, and each story within it, twists and turns, and neither readers nor characters know where it's going to end up.

Readers who wish to experience this captivating work can purchase "Campfire Stories" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble. 

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Source: Fulton Books