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From romantic comedy to razor-sharp satire to moments of quiet reflection, The Acorn Stories transform a fictional West Texas town into a tapestry of human experiences.
“A lush tangle of small-town life branches out in this engrossing collection of short stories.” –Kirkus Reviews
“There are people that you like, some that you can’t wait to see if they get theirs.” –Joe Wright, StoneWall Society
“A well-crafted collection of short stories.” –L. L. Lee, author of Taxing Tallula
“Duane Simolke is one of our great American writers just ready to be recognized as such. He has the talent and the imagination and the humanity and the perspective to make each of our lives richer. Bravo!” –Grady Harp, Amazon Hall of Fame Reviewer
“Each story is intertwined rather than just there for entertainment and each character is well-defined and the humor throughout the book makes it a pleasure and an easy and enjoyable read.” –Chandler, Amazon #1 Hall of Fame Reviewer
Wednesday, April 04, 2018
Tuesday, April 03, 2018
From the blog: "Books are to be shared! Every day we hand-pick quality free and discount Kindle books and share them with our readers to spread the joy of reading."
It's Write Now helps readers find free or discounted eBooks every day and helps readers share about those books. The newest entries appear first, but readers can also click through under genres, discount, or free. They can also find blog entries and author interviews. It looks like a good place for readers and writers to connect.
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Monday, April 02, 2018
Book blogger Leonard Tillerman gives "5 Small Town Stars" to The Acorn Stories, offers more suggestions for readers and writers
"This ability to capture the raw emotions of his readers is an ingenious tool used by Duane Simolke. He is able to achieve it through beautiful writing and compelling character development."
The review also goes in depth about many other aspects of The Acorn Stories, but without any spoilers. Please have a look at the review and also look around some more while you're there.
Besides a constantly updated list of book reviews, Leonard's blog also includes his tips on book marketing, blog writing, and many other related topics. He actively updates and promotes the blog, to ensure visibility for himself and the other writers he covers.