by Jill Faith Camlin
65 Miles is the story of two friends, college students, who walked sixty-five miles of Kentucky roads one night in May, 1995. It is a story about choices and regrets, bonds and friendships, gains and losses, and, most of all, perseverance – sticking it out when the going gets tough. 65 Miles is a window into the trials, fears, and dreams of today’s so-called Generation Xers. Most importantly, it is a work which affirms the notion that an individual has control over his or her own destiny and that in truth there are fewer victims in today’s society than we have been led to believe.
About the Author: Jill Faith Camlin hustled the graveyard shift at an all-night pancake house to self-publish this work.
She studied writing and film courses at two institutions: Berea College in laid-back central Kentucky and Temple University in the tough northside of Philadelphia.
Jill grew up lucky and loved in a good, Christian family. She is twenty-five years old, the eldest of four cool and talented children. She has a loyal dog and enjoys Coca-Cola Classic.
(2001, paperback, 52 pages)