Pallamary Publishing Releases "After Midnight A Collection of Short Stories" by R.L. "Pete" Peterson

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Historical Tales From Acclaimed Writer R.L. "Pete" Peterson.

OCALA, Fla. - s4story -- Pallamary Publishing is pleased to announce the release of After Midnight A Short Story Collection by author R.L. "Pete" Peterson. Set in the Missouri Ozarks and spanning the years 1933 to the present, Peterson's unique perspectives on life, loss, and survival create a smorgasbord of emotions leaving readers with a smile, a tear, and a desire for more stories. Pallamary Publishing and Peterson have signed a 3-book contract including a novella titled Leave The Night To God.

Highly acclaimed works in this collection include "Winner Take All", a gritty tale of bare-knuckle fighting that leaves readers reeling from the gut punches and lessons learned both in and out of the ring. "Summer Slave" introduces readers to a time when hunger and survival went hand in hand as a young man scrambles to navigate life as an unpaid laborer on a poor Missouri farm. "Rules For Dying" delves into the psyche of a grief-stricken widow mourning her husband's untimely death while visiting his grave in a veteran's cemetery and finds a few surprises along the way.

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Peterson's writing career began when he was seventeen and his writings have appeared in numerous publications nationwide including Seventeen, Leatherneck, Hunter's Horn, Red Ranger, Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Stoneslide Collective, and Deadly Writer's Patrol to name a few. His prolific body of work includes both fiction and non-fiction and has been featured as cover stories in many magazines. In addition to writing, Pete facilitates a twice-monthly Writer's Group near his home in Southern California and will be a featured speaker on a historical writer's panel at Stetson University in 2020.

After Midnight is available on For more information on R.L. "Pete" Peterson's upcoming projects visit his website at Also visit for updated information on other projects.

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