Monthly Archives: September 2009

Paperback

SWEETSMOKE is out in paperback. 

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USA Today review

Sweetsmoke By David Fuller Hyperion, 320 pp., $24.95 Sweetsmoke, David Fuller’s first novel, is bittersweet. Even though the slave Cassius is favored by his owner on Sweetsmoke Plantation, his punishment and degradation are startlingly brutal. But Cassius is smart, clever … Continue reading

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Shortlisted and paperbacked

2009 John Creasey “New Blood” Dagger Award nominee is now in paperback. 

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SWEETSMOKE is out in paperback today. 

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Shortlisted

SWEETSMOKE shortlisted, in Great Britain, for the 2009 John Creasey “New Blood” Dagger Award!! 

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That secret

They told me it would be announced on the 7th.  Then, on their website, they said the 4th.  They changed that line on their website to the 7th, so apparently I have to wait until Monday to let everyone know.  … Continue reading

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Shortlisted

I hear it is a secret.  But then, I also read that the list was to be released today, September 4th.  SWEETSMOKE has been shortlisted.  In England.  For a very important award.  Stay tuned. 

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Oh Kenny; Mr. President, I feel your pain

I like Kenny.  I like what he tries to do.  But when I heard that he could have gotten Jake Peavy for a minor league pitcher, I was very sad to know how he got jobbed.  He gave away two … Continue reading

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