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Representing the author

Well Considered by Richard Morris was the book discussed this week at a local book club in Prince George’s County, MD. The author’s wife was invited to attend and comment regarding the writing of the novel which Morris published in … Continue reading

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#ReadLocalDC Blog Hop Repost of “The Real Threat: Us or Them” – Southern Fried Karma reviews Masjid Morning

I was pleased to see on Facebook that Southern Fried Karma Press had placed a review of Masjid Morning and another novel on their blog. It is entitled “The Real Threat: Us or Them? by Emery Duffey | Jul 12, 2017 | Southern Culture, Southern Literature | … Continue reading

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Tried and true

The last post I wrote sought advice about clam chowder because I had questions about a descriptive idea I had used in Well Considered. It involved cooking clam chowder when neighbors in the interracial neighborhood in the novel were getting acquainted. I wrote … Continue reading

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