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Author Scott Rutherford draws on the story of prodigal son in “Dani’s Inferno”

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Once, Rutherford changed the main character of the prodigal son to prodigal daughter in his debut novel, Scott knew he had a story screaming to be told.

“The novel practically wrote itself,” he said. “I am a plotter, writing is easy. The real challenge was presenting it to the world.”

Romanian author Valeriu Barbu pens fantasy in English, reviews “Greenwich Meridian Memoir”

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Listen in to poet Valeriu Barbu speak in beautiful Italian followed by English dubbing about his new book “Hey, Peasant” and his review of author Emma Palova’s new book “Greenwich Meridian Memoir.” Both authors share a common past represented by the horrors of living in communism and totalitarianism of the Eastern European block.

Damselfy; a historic foreshadowing of a real epidemic

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It was a bizarre coincidence, when author JuliAnne Sisung was enticed to a small Michigan town, that was engulfed by an epidemic in the 1890s.

“It took a year to write following months of research for the perfect small town. I found Pere Cheney, just south of Grayling, Michigan. It was a railroad and logging town with a fascinating history, and it was waiting for me. I didn’t know we’d be living with Covid -19 when I began this book about a diphtheria epidemic. It hit the village in 1893, and some surprising events nourished the novel.”

                                                                    -Author JuliAnne Sisung-

 

 

Author Donald Levin takes on white supremacist terrorism “In the House of Night”

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When the police investigation into the murder of a gentle retired history professor stalls, friends of the dead man plead with PI Martin Preuss to find out what happened.