A Matter Of Survival elicits the story of two sisters, a Brownie, who is only seven, and a three year old, who survive a family accident on an early autumn Saturday morning. This occurs at a state park, which leaves the girls to fend for themselves for a day and a half before the accident is even discovered. There are many obstacles the girls must overcome beginning with the direction they must travel in an effort to find help for their parents.
John Kinter lives in Toronto, Ohio, fiancee Jamie, their uniquely blended family of five kids, three spider cats wannabes, a singing Beagle who lies about needing to go outside. He is a retired Gulf war veteran. By day he is a Technical Support Analyst for a major law firm and by night is an aspiring writer. He has published three novels, Paradise Confined Prison Island, Without Conscious and Dreamweaver, and a growingly popular short stories Claude's Christmas Story, Cabin Fever, and The Card.