His book, The Springfield Overland Trail, is a single, non-series novel whose main characters are (1) Sam Hudson, a livestock rancher, (2) Ben Norton, his crop-grower friend, and (3) Georgia Hudson, the 14-year-old daughter of Sam’s cousin. The novel’s main storyline takes place along the Chicago-Springfield Overland Trail in the early summer of 1868. One can purchase a Kindle edition of the novel from www.amazon.com. At present am working on editing his 88,000-plus word collection of eighteen short stories titled Under Our Frontier Skies.
When Ada Fetters is not editing the Commonline Journal, she divides her time between teaching Psychology to college students and writing. She has been published in Copperwood Review, Humanist Magazine, Niche, and her paper "Levinas, Language and the Schizophrenic Other" can be found in Journal of Humanistic Psychology.