After the death of his long-term boyfriend in a car crash, artist Hudson Brenner is despondent. Too grief-stricken to look for a new roommate, he falls behind in rent, eventually becoming homeless. The story starts when Hudson applies to live at the Providence Artist Commune, a community housing apartment complex for artists and actors. The close-knit community is full of gossip, fighting, and backstabbing... even a creepy stalker or two. It's impossible to make friends. Will Hudson pull himself together in time for his big exhibit in October? And then there's the matter of Logan Hulle, the handsome ex-con always looking to make a quick buck. He seems nice, but can he really be trusted? One thing's for certain. Life at Providence is anything but boring.
About The Author
Joshua Ebert was born in 1988 in Neenah, Wisconsin and raised in the comparably larger city of Eau Claire. He studied English at the University of Minnesota Duluth. In 2012, Mr. Ebert quit school to focus on his career. His works published include Mattie's Ghost (2010, out-of-print), Deathskull Bombshell (2015), and Aloha from Hell (2016). In his spare time, Mr. Ebert enjoys music, art, and video games.