The 232-page book took Kashorek 16 years to complete, he said, requiring him to become an English teacher and minister "in order to do justice to the subject." He currently serves as an adjunct writing instructor at Clinton Community College and is a regular contributor and book reviewer for Lake Champlain Weekly.
Kashorek will be signing copies of his book at the Battle of Plattsburgh Association, 31 Washington Road, this Saturday, Feb. 26, beginning at 1 p.m. First copies of the book - which has otherwise not yet been released by American Book Publishing - will be available for purchase, with $2 from every book sold to benefit the Battle of Plattsburgh Association.
For more information about the event, call 566-1814. More about Kin of Cain and Kashorek's other works, visit www.douglaskashorek.com.