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One of my favorite novels: Town Father by Kevin Brennan.

I’ve been dipping into my indie catalog lately, featuring an excerpt from the books I’ve published since 2013. This week it’s Town Father‘s turn. This might well be the only historical fiction I ever write, unless you consider a novel set in the early 1970s to be historical fiction. Maybe so. But I had never […] […]
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A Different Kind of Book Review: Town Father: Where Graceful Girls Abound

My dear friends, I’ve been inspired to write a different kind of review for a novel that is currently ON SALE at Amazon.  Kevin Brennan’s Town Father: Where Graceful Girls Abound is available for 99 cents this weekend only.  I recommend you pick up a copy now and read my review later.  But, it’s a […]
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What Kevin Brennan talks about when he talks about writing

I must reblog this guest post by Kevin Brennan! I always enjoy hearing (or reading in this case) about the “back story” of a writer’s novel, what propelled him or her to write this particular book. And, what for me is icing, Kevin mentions Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Yes, that kind of name dropping does get […]
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