A 2018 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist. It’s the fall of 2002, and Skyler Bram is bracing herself for another year of torture from her half-sister Kina Dunlap. But when a family emergency strikes, the girls are forced to live under the same roof. Instead of drawing a line down the middle of their bedroom and letting the war wage on, Skyler and Kina make what they believe to be the mature decision to call a truce and put their past behind them. Together, they’ll break each other out of their comfort zones, rise through the ranks of a secret society, and…lose friends along the way?
Turns out, their decision to play nice has ramifications for all of their closest friends.
Little Bram is a comedy about the bonds we form, the friends we lose, and what we’ll do to get them back.
Michael C. Barrett graduated from California University of Pennsylvania and spends his days closed-captioning television for the deaf and hard of hearing.