Sue, Ethan and Anna arrive in
Oregon to find Sue’s organic farming community devastated. Sue’s farm is overgrown and it’s doubtful that
she will be able to plant this spring. Their only hope is to construct a farm market where they can all sell directly to the
public. The entire community will have to pull together or all of them will fail.
It seemed like the perfect summer vacation for Ethan; a beach house in Wildwood,
New Jersey, college girls and lots of partying. He never dreamed that he’d befriend Tully, a sixty-something World War
Two veteran. Or that the two would begin one venture after another. Tully showed Ethan how to enjoy his summer…and
The Cabin is the story of three individuals, Sue, Ethan, and Anna attempting
to survive the Alaskan winter in a log cabin that they built. Sue and Ethan are childhood friends and together
they hitchhike across the country, and travel to Fairbanks, Alaska. In Fairbanks, they meet Sue’s
companion Anna. Anna is a beautiful, but terribly troubled, woman who has spent the winter gathering supplies
and gear to outfit the adventure. The adventure
becomes plagued by building the cabin, the harsh conditions they live under, and their own interactions. The
greatest danger the three face is a secret that Anna has kept hidden from everyone. The Cabin is inspired by the
author’s own experience.