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Bruce Holsinger on How to Write Historical Fiction, Plagues, Witches, Wars & Guns

The Book Doctors met Bruce Holsinger at the Tucson Book Festival (by the way, if you read or write, do yourself a favor and put the Tucson Book Fest on your Bucket List) and when he told us about his book, The Invention of Fire, we just had to pick his brain about fiction, non-fiction, […]

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“Mort Morte: A beautiful coming-of-age story that’s frequently laugh-out-loud hilarious.”

On my third birthday, my father, in an attempt to get me to stop sucking my thumb, gave me a gun. “Today son, you are a man,” he said, snatching the little blue binky from my little pink hand. So I shot him.

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Mort Morte: “A quart of Edward Gorey, a pint of Carl Sandberg, another pint of Dylan Thomas, two tablespoons of A.A. Milne”

“I loved it. You will too, unless you’re already dead.” – Laura Schulman

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Mort Morte: “Masterful, whimsical, laugh-out-loud hilarious!”

“Mort Morte by David Henry Sterry reads like an elegantly simple children’s book designed for adults.”

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Mort Morte

Purchase the Book Paperback : Amazon.com | Barnes & Nobles | Indiebound | Bookadda Ebook : Kindle | Nook Signed Book : Contact me Discuss the Book My new book Mort Morte with beautiful pictures by Alain Pilon. On my third birthday, my father, in an attempt to get me to stop sucking my thumb, gave me a gun. […]

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Huffington Post: Aftermath of the Arizona Tragedy: How Can America Dodge the Next Bullet?

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-henry-sterry/aftermath-of-the-arizona-_b_808945.html

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