Kevin Brennan Writes About What It's Like
Here’s an interview I did with Cinthia Ritchie, author of Dolls Behaving Badly. You can read my review of it here: http://wp.me/p3sx1Q-fm .
I can’t remember when I first came across Kevin Brennan. Perhaps he commented on my blog or I read a comment he made on another blog. Whatever the case, I soon found his site, “What the Hell,” and discovered his book of short shorts Our Children Are Not Our Children. From the first line I was hooked.
Brennan, also author of Parts Unknown (William Morrow), has lived a bit of an unconventional life. He’s rung in the new year in Red Square, performed as a busker in the London Underground, wandered the California desert, and auditioned unsuccessfully for a chance at stardom on reality television. He and his wife live in Petaluma, California.
Brennan’s latest book, Yesterday Road, launched earlier this week. I was lucky enough to snag him for a chat about books, writing and other life lessons.
Q:Tell us a little about your background: Where did you grow up? Did you always want…
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