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Local Author Pens ‘Nebraska Bridge’

Sunday, May 15, 2016 @ 12:05 AM

Posted by Jake Bauer

Nebraska BridgeTIONESTA, Pa. – Local author Robert Allen Pringle is pleased to announce the release of his third novel, “Nebraska Bridge.”

The teaser on the back cover of “Nebraska Bridge” reads: Nebraska Bridge is the only standing structure of the once bustling town of Nebraska, Pennsylvania. Why would a healthy, prosperous small town simply disappear? Why does the United States Army choose to control the area to this very day? What happened to all those people? You might not want to know the answer.

Pringle began writing novels after taking the advice of some women on an online writing forum.

“I was doing some other writing on an on-line forum thing, and two of the ladies on there said ‘You should definitely write,’” Pringle said. “I like making things up and making up stories, so I decided to try it.”

Since then, Pringle has written three books focusing on local themes. His first two novels are titled “Trouble in Tionesta: How the World Should End” and “Pithole: Where the Devil Danced.” All of his books fall in the fantasy/horror genre.

Pringle and his wife, Mary Alice, reside near Tionesta. He was born in Elwood City and raised near Boyers.

A 1973 graduate of Moniteau High School, he entered the service shortly after graduation and is self-educated. Pringle spent many years as a long haul truck driver and a singer/song writer and is now semi-retired.

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