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History Publishing to Bring Out Innovative Presidential Novel

The power and personality of American presidents from Washington to Lincoln will be seen in a majestic novel that sweeps across the early American landscape.

All conversations, views or events are based on historical record or a well-informed guess”
— Brad McKim
NEW CASTLE, DELAWARE, USA, March 17, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- History Publishing Media Group LLC's HPC Fiction imprint an affiliate of History Publishing Company will publish "A Presidents Story," a novel by Brad McKim in its late spring collection of selective historical fiction. The story line, is a creative and innovative story of the development of the United States as seen through the eyes and behavior of American Presidents from Washington to Lincoln. In this unique novel, the author captures the humanity of each president and it is through that humanity that the story line develops carrying the reader through the challenges each president faces and the connective links of one president to his successors. This is a work of fiction based on many factual events. Most of the significant events described occurred.

Author Brad McKim,a longtime student of the American presidency states that almost none of the quoted conversations occurred, however, where events did occur, each President’s proximity or attitude toward those events is roughly accurate. “All conversations, views or events are based on historical record or a well-informed guess as to what each President would have done or thought at the time.”

Through extensive research of the American presidential line, the author came to appreciate their strengths, their weaknesses, their victories, their potential, their passions and their tragedies. Most of all, he was fascinated by their humanity. That deep understanding is the essence of "A Presidents Story."

Raised in Southern California, Brad McKim practiced law for thirty years while living in Colorado, Texas, Alaska and London, England where he served as chief counsel for the largest division of BP. Through his work and his love for travel, he has visited all 50 states as well as over 60 countries. In 2015 he left the practice of law to become an arbitrator and to pursue other passions including his lifelong enthusiasm for presidential history. He lives in Wyoming with his first passion, his wife Kay.

Jack Ryan
History Publishing Media Group LLC
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