Ashland Author Drives To A Debut Novel
A truck driver walks into a diner. Not a joke setup, but the first scene in James Anderson's debut novel, The Never-Open Desert Diner.
Anderson calls Ashland home for part of the year, and he can call his novel a success, at least judging by some of the reviews of it.
Anderson's own story--logger, truck driver, car salesman, book publisher--is at least as interesting as the tale of his tractor-trailer driving protagonist.
He visits the studio to let the tale unfold.