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Reviewers Wanted!

Reviewers Wanted! Who do you turn to when you need a hand with your novel? Well, readers and writers, of course. Are you a book reviewer? Are you interested in murder mysteries? How about an environmental murder mystery? If you’ve … Continue reading

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Thank You, Friend

Thank You, Friend Thanking people should be the easiest part of writing a book and yet, it’s not. Why? Well, in this instance, the first draft of Oil and Water was written about thirteen years ago, and in between then … Continue reading

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The Magnolia City Interview

Magnolia City — The Interview I first met Duncan Alderson when I signed up for a fiction writing course at the Rabbit Hill Writer’s Studio. Duncan started my writing career by giving me a place to learn the art, and … Continue reading

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Magnolia City

Magnolia City Magnolia City, Duncan Alderson’s first novel reads like Gossip Girl for the South. Experience the glory days of Houston in the 1920’s, the days that gave the city its oomph, its architecture, and its arrogant charm, when oil … Continue reading

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