A Life in Progress by Tracy Simmons
In this collection of short stories, Tracy Million Simmons captures slices of life, glimpses of everyday people and everyday thoughts and actions, and the many moments—touching, amusing, happy, sad—of lives in progress. This book is an intimate peek into a writer’s stash, written across the decades, an experience of timelessness and the human condition. Through fiction, these stories reveal relatable truths.
About the Author
Tracy Million Simmons enjoys writing about the people and places of her home state of Kansas, both real and imagined. Her writing resume includes more than 500 articles in print, from feature articles in national and niche publications to ghostwritten material for busy health professionals. She is a 17-year, multi-district member of the Kansas Authors Club. Tracy is a past mini-fellowship winner from the Kansas Arts Commission and has received an honorable mention in the Kansas Voices contest (Winfield). She is the author of Tiger Hunting, a 2013 J. Donald Coffin Memorial Book Award winner, and one of three authors of Green Bike, a group novel. Tracy is the founder of Meadowlark Books, an independent publisher that focuses on stories and authors from the heartland.