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August Reviews from Midwest Book Review

August Reviews from Midwest Book Review

There is a secret hiding inside the remote Vermont farmhouse where eleven-year-old Becky and her family move after her father is fired from his job under mysterious circumstances. A guardian emerges with an ominous warning that someone is coming through a mirror to...

KOEHLER BOOKS WINS 11 AWARDS IN THE 2021 AMERICAN FICTION AWARDS

KOEHLER BOOKS WINS 11 AWARDS IN THE 2021 AMERICAN FICTION AWARDS

  The 4th annual American Fiction Awards have announced their winners and finalists! Out of 70 different genre categories, Koehler Books was awarded 11 winners. We would like to congratulate everyone!   Congratulations to our first place winners… Brooks...

The Language of Cottonwoods: Essays on the Future of North Dakota

By Clay Jenkinson

Join Clay Jenkinson as he searches for spirit of place, cultural identity, sacred landscapes, and a future for rural America at the center of the continent, where Lewis and Clark wintered, Sitting Bull resisted the conquest, and Theodore Roosevelt became America’s leading conservationist and the exemplar of the strenuous life.

 

Growing Your Family:

Learn How to Flourish and Thrive as a Military Family

By Pearl Gifty Alimo

“You can open any random page of Growing Your Family at any time and find something to catch your mind and heart.”

—Nida Massala, Attorney, Educamatch Inc.

John and Mary Margaret

By Susan Cushman

“With great sensitivity, author Susan Cushman balances themes of duty with racial upheaval in the changing times of the Deep South. Thought-provoking, engaging, and ultimately hopeful, John and Mary Margaret is an insightful, heart-warming story of the perils of love in historically pivotal times.” 

—Claire Fullerton, multi-award-winning author of four novels and one novella

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Author of Hogs in the Sand: A Gulf War A-10 Pilot’s Combat Journal 

 

Q. If you were to teach a class on writing—the process, the craft, etc.—what is the first thing you’d provide instruction on?

 

A: To me, writing is akin to a sacred endeavor, so we should learn as much about the craft as we can throughout our writing lives. Everyone on the planet has an interesting story to share, and by sharing those stories, we do the world a great service. Writing is one of our greatest legacy gifts to those who remain behind when we are gone.

The most important thing a writer can do is read a lot and analyze how their favorite authors practice their craft. I have always been fascinated by how good writers can lead me though a story without me even being aware I’m being led.

 

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