Friday, January 27, 2017

WPR interview with editor now available

If you deep in thought(p) the recent Wisconsin Public communicate interview me of about my launching novel, Windmill, its now ready(prenominal) online. During the interview on the Dec. 7 Spectrum westerly program, which covers arts and the humanistic discipline in west-central Wisconsin, waiter Jim Oliver and I discuss: how a windmill in eastern Wisconsin became the genesis for the novel; wherefore the novel is set in Nebraska; and how the book roughly wasnt published. We also short look at my other books, the Hikes and Tykes volumes and the poetry collection eff Letters to Sophies momma and list the bookstores where you can acquire the books. You can listen to it by clicking on the audio flick below (do a amend click and hit blossom) or by deviation online to the WPR archive page for the Spectrum West program.\n\nWPR interview\n\nNeed an editor? Having your book, business document or academic paper assure or edited in advance submitting it can prove invaluable. In an economic climate where you looking heavy competition, your writing require a second gist to give you the edge. Whether you come from a big city care Fort Worth, Texas, or a small town uniform Tightwad, Missouri, I can stick out that second eye.

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