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Meg Mitchell Moore and The Arrivals

Meg Mitchell Moore and The Arrivals

In her debut novel, The Arrivals available this Wednesday, May 25, 2011, Meg Mitchell Moore writes in the genre of a “quiet little novel” focused on everyday people leading everyday lives. Except if that book is based on a three generation family all living together in one household for the summer — and this book is –, then the storyline may not be that quiet. Ironically the idea for The Arrivals came from the upheaval of the first novel Meg…

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Ann Wertz Garvin and On Maggie’s Watch

Ann Wertz Garvin and On Maggie’s Watch

After reading The Revealing of Ann Wertz Garvin, and the guest post, Private Parts, it would be safe to expect the unexpected from Ann Wertz Garvin and her debut novel On Maggie’s Watch. Of course, for this author, the unexpected is a very good thing as Ann confesses: “Writers are observers and I’m the noisiest observer there ever was.” Noisy? Actually it’s being curious and having the zest for life to explore all types of interests. For example: Ann’s background…

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