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Nelson native Schott releases Debut Novella

 

Rollan Schott, originally from Nelson, Nebraska, published his debut book, a novella titled A Grave Concern, on May 8. Rollie, as he is known to his family and friends, is the son of Royce and Brenda Schott. His book is a fictional tale of a young artisan as she travels across vast kingdoms in search of a missing king. Rollie graduated from Lawrence Nelson in 2006 and from UNL with a degree in English in 2010. His book is available on Amazon and a copy has been donated to the Nelson Library.

Rollan Schott, originally from Nelson, published his debut book, a novella titled A Grave Concern, on May 8. The fictional work is available for order on Amazon in paperback and Kindle e-Book formats.

A Grave Concern tells the whimsical tale of a young artisan as she travels across vast kingdoms in search of a missing king, who might hold the key to a romantic longing she struggles to define. The story's episodic narrative offers a clever and modern twist on classic fairy tale tropes and explores themes of independence, wanderlust and empathy.

Schott, 33, currently lives in Auckland, New...



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